Treatment for prostate and bladder is based on many factors such as overall health, of the patient, medical history as well as several other individual issues. The Prostate Cancer Treatment contains radiation therapy, watchful waiting, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy or a few other combinations of therapies. However, the most common cure for early-stage prostate cancer is surgery. In this treatment, the surgeon removes the whole prostate, and when required, close by lymph nodes through a small cut in the lower abdomen.
We at ChirayuSuperspeciality Hospital provide the best treatment for prostate and bladder patients. We use different types of prostate laser surgery, including:
Photoselective vaporization of the prostate (PVP): It this surgery our surgeon used a laser to melt away (vaporize) surplus prostate tissue to make bigger the urinary channel.
Holmium laser ablation of the prostate (HoLAP): This surgery is similar to PVP, except for a different type of laser is used to melt away or vaporize the excess prostate tissue.
Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP): It this surgery our surgeon uses a laser to cut and remove the excess prostate tissue that is blocking the urethra.
If you have one, two or more of these issues, then you may have a prostate problem:
- Trouble Starting The Flow Of Urine
- Slow Urine Stream Once Started
- Feeling An Urgent Need To Pass Urine
- Pain When Passing Urine
- Leaking After Passing Urine
- Blood In Urine
- feeling that your bladder is not completely empty after going to the toilet
As the prostate raises larger, then it can block your bladder outlet as well as stop it from emptying. There are some cases in which urine gets stored up until it begins to leak out. Remember, if this happens to you, then immediately see a doctor. Our specialized surgeons used several surgical procedures to take care of bladder cancers. For example, transurethral resection is used to remove or burning away cancer cells with the help of an electric current. However, cystectomy is surgery that is used to remove part of, or the complete bladder. But, the treatment choice completely depends on the stage of the cancer, whether the cancer is confined to the bladder or spread to other parts of the body. Usually, treatment for patients with bladder cancer includes surgery, chemotherapy, biological therapy or radiation therapy.