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The surgeon will insert a tube-like tool called a cystoscope (or endoscope) through your urethra (the tube that carries urine from your bladder out of the penis). The surgeon then inserts a special cutting tool through the cystoscope. This tool will remove part of your prostate gland piece by piece with an electric current.
Why the Procedure is Performed
The prostate gland often grows larger as men get older. This is called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The larger prostate play causes problems with urinating. Removing part of the prostate gland can often make these symptoms better.
Before you have surgery, your doctor will suggest you make changes in how you eat or drink. You may also be asked to try taking medicine. Your prostate may also need to be removed if taking medicine and changing your diet do not help your symptoms.
TURP is one of the most common procedures for this problem. But other less invasive procedures are also available. Your doctor will consider the size of your prostate gland, your health, and what type of surgery you may want.
Prostate removal may be recommended if you have:
- Difficulty emptying your bladder (urinary retention)
- Frequent urinary tract infections
- Bleeding from the prostate
- Bladder stones with prostate enlargement
- Extremely slow urination
- Damage to the kidneys
You will stay in the hospital for 1 to 3 days.
After surgery, you will have a Foley catheter in your bladder to remove urine. The urine will look bloody at first. It will clear with time. A bladder irrigation solution may be attached to the catheter to continuously flush the catheter. This helps keep it from getting clogged with blood. The bleeding will gradually decrease, and the catheter will be removed within 1 to 3 days.
You will be able to resume a normal diet right away.
You will need to stay in bed until the next morning. Afterwards, you will be asked to move around as much as possible.
- Your nurse will help you change positions in bed, show you exercises to keep blood flowing, and recommend coughing/deep breathing techniques. You should do these every 3 to 4 hours.
- You may need to wear special compression stockings and use a breathing device to keep your lungs clear.
You may be given medication to relieve bladder spasms.
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Saturday, January 16, 2010
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Tuesday, January 12, 2010
- tmptkn awk kt mana
- uniform camne awk kena pakai
- tugas apa awk kena lakukan
- ak xthu nk bg alasan apa nk tangguh
- dlm surat tu kata ak lapor diri kt hosp sini, tp diorg kata xthu nk letak ak kt mana
- ak nk duit....
Friday, January 08, 2010
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13/12/09 - i sent my resign letter to my boss..so sad..
my sister wedding 12.12.09 ago..i will upload the pictures later
23/12/09 -- i become a traitor to my workmate..i told my boss their fault, careless and unskillful things..so sorry guy...i need to do it to increase standard there..
family holiday trip on 25 - 29/12/09 ago..so fun..konvoi with 7 cars...we travel to kedah (sending my sister to her new family..), then bukit merah lake town here i come, then went to kuala lumpur..for Y.E.S!!!...mmg yes sgt abis duit gaji i
officially the last date i work there on 26/12/09...gudbye my friends...i will remember u all...thanks for helping me and sweet memories although it is so short..
31/12/09 - suddenly i become tokei kek choc...rm15/pieces...mari2 sape nk tempah..hahaha...adalah dlm 10 biji org tmph...and the best things...i got message today they want order again...macam xpercaya...hahahahha
31/12/09 --- i got offer letter from gov..
1-4/1/09 --- awaiting where KKM nk cmpk gue...
5/1/09 -- got msg from my frenz, can call this no 0388832796 to know the place for posting..
6/1/09 -- still awaiting...call byk kali, asyik engage jah..hampeh!