Button turp procedure is the most recent treatment options for resection of prostate. It is bipolar electrical vaporization of the prostatic adenoma with a button-appearing electrode. The link that you wanted to have for further information is as follows:
Proceed with caution. I had one done about 2 weeks ago and I regret my decision. I will never trust a doctor again. Make sure you read everything you can get your hands on and get a 2nd/3rd opinion. The streets are paved with gold to the urologist office, so make sure it is what you want and what is best for you and not the doctor. I deal with pain, fatigue, bleeding and my penis is still sore. There is a high chance you will never ejaculate normally again. I would trade my old symptoms back in a heartbeat.
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