A TURP for BPH is usually done for men who have not responded to medications for their urinary symptoms caused by an enlarged prostate. These symptoms include incontinence, urgency, weak stream, and going at night often. Has your husband tried medications (Flomax, Avodart)? Possible complications for a TURP include bladder neck contracture (a scar where the bladder meets the prostate), retrograde ejacuation (ejaculation into the bladder), and worsening of his incontinence. Surgical alternatives to TURP include laser therapy for removing prostatic tissue.