The procedure takes slightly longer than a TURP and requires specialist training.
Apart from this and the risk of infection that accompanies any operation or invasive procedure,the only significant side-effect is the near certainty that normal ejaculation will cease.This is because the contraction that occurs during orgasm may not completely block the entrance to the bladder once some tissue has been removed,and the semen will flow back into the bladder (retrograde or dry ejaculation) rather than out through the penis.This is not harmful,but it does mean that future fertility is greatly reduced.The procedure does not generally affect erectile function or continence,although the urinary symptoms may take a few weeks to settle down afterwards.
Dr.M.Gopichand consults with patients at The kidney urology andrology clinics both at clinic at kothapeta and also at KIMS HOSPITAL and undertakes the procedure at KIMS HOSPITAL.Dr.M.Gopichand has personally carried out over 50 of these procedures.He is a faculty member of the urological society of india and also guide and teacher for national board for superspeciality training nad also trains other surgeons.
If you are paying for your treatment yourself,the cost of the procedure will be in the region of Rs 1.25000.If you have health insurance,you can expect this operation to be covered although some companies/policies do not pay the full amount of the surgeons or anaesthetist fees.We recommend that you discuss the potential shortfall with us before deciding to go ahead.
Dr.M.Gopichand is available on weekdays mornings in KIMS HOSPITAL and Evenings at Clinic.Please telephone our Patient Liaison team for an appointment on 8985325177 or mail to email@example.com.