Prostate Removal (TURP) Surgery in Noida

Transurethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP) is the most effective treatment performed for patients suffering from an enlarged prostate issue. It is also conducted to treat urinary problems caused due to an enlarged prostate.

Given below is a list of surgical centers of Noida city that conduct TURP surgery at affordable prices.

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Prostate Removal (TURP) Surgery Hospitals in Noida
Vinayak Hospital

Vinayak Hospital
Cost of Prostate Removal (TURP) Surgery: 70000.00

Nh-1, Sector - 27 Atta
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
0120-2444333, 0120-2444222
Surbhi Hospital Pvt. Ltd

Surbhi Hospital Pvt. Ltd
Cost of Prostate Removal (TURP) Surgery: 33300.00

Morna, Sector - 35
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
0120-2508841
Indogulf Hospital

Indogulf Hospital
Cost of Prostate Removal (TURP) Surgery: 85000.00

B-498 A, Sec - 19,
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
0120-4752300

TURP surgery was initially used for premier treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). It still remains the standard therapy for obstructive prostatic hypertrophy. It is performed when other methods fail to fix the prostatic issues.

Patients having acute, recurrent and chronic urinary retention are most eligible for a TURP surgery. Other eligible patients include the following:

A resectoscope is a combined visual and surgical instrument used during a TURP surgery. It is inserted into the tip of your penis through the urethra. The prostate gland surrounds the urethra. The resectoscope helps to partially or entirely trim the enlarged prostate that is blocking the flow of urine.

The following urinary symptoms of BPH can be treated using a TURP surgery:

After a TURP surgery, you may have to stay for a few days at the hospital. You may have a urinary catheter placed inside your urinary tract to drain urine. Catheter is required because the internal swelling blocks the flow of urine. This catheter will be there in place for around 24 to 48 hours until the swelling declines and your are able to urinate again. You may also see blood in your urine after the surgery. For initial six to eight weeks post-surgery, urination might be painful and irritating for the patients. One should drink plenty of water to flush out your bladder well. Doctor will give you dietary advise and other necessary instructions to keep your body healthy and away from any further problems.