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Are there alternative remedies or treatment for benign prostatic hypertrophy?

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Dr. Jack Rubin
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: BPH treatment

There is a non-surgical way for a person to have BPH treated.
It is not covered under medicare at present, to my knowledge. It involves a interventional radiologist embolizing prostatic arteries cutting off blood flow to it. This stops the symptoms of bph. It is best to go to a urologist to discuss this with that doctor.

In brief: BPH treatment

There is a non-surgical way for a person to have BPH treated.
It is not covered under medicare at present, to my knowledge. It involves a interventional radiologist embolizing prostatic arteries cutting off blood flow to it. This stops the symptoms of bph. It is best to go to a urologist to discuss this with that doctor.
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