Urolift is a new minimally invasive procedure for men with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), better known as enlarged prostate. 

The London Clinic now offers male patients a new procedure proven to significantly improve the quality of life for those suffering BPH.

Patients receiving the Urolift implants report rapid improvements in their symptoms including increased urinary flow rates. 

Most do not require a catheter after the procedure and those that do use this for less than a day. Also, by not chemically altering or surgically damaging the prostate, as with BPH drugs or surgical approaches, there is no loss of ejaculatory or erectile function.

BPH is a common condition affecting more than 500 million men worldwide. Symptoms include loss of productivity and sleep, depression and generally decreased quality of life. 

Medication has long been the first option for treatment but in some instances this has proven inadequate. Some of these patients suffer sexual dysfunction, dizziness and headaches leading them to cease taking their medication. For these patients, the Urolift System can now become their first option for treatment.