Rezūm™ Water Vapor Therapy for BPH

Anatomy of the male prostate before, during, and after the Rezum procedure.
Before the Rezum procedure, the male prostate is enlarged causing the urethra to narrow. During the Rezum Procedure, a delivery device is inserted through the urethra and natural water vapor is used to reduce the size of the prostate. After the Rezum procedure, the urethra is more open.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition in which a man’s prostate enlarges and squeezes the urethra, causing frustrating symptoms such as frequent or urgent urination, a weak or interrupted urine stream, and the need to get up several times a night to urinate.

Rezūm™ Water Vapor Therapy is a minimally invasive in-office procedure for men looking to treat their BPH, not just the symptoms. It uses natural water vapor to reduce the size of the prostate and provide lasting symptom relief from BPH without invasive surgery or the potential side effects of prescription drugs.

Clinical studies support that Rezūm Therapy relieves BPH symptoms safely and effectively, eliminating the need for BPH medications while also preserving sexual function. It helps most men see symptom improvement within a few weeks and return to regular activities within a few days after treatment.

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Men with BPH who are dissatisfied with their current treatment, including prescription drugs, should consider Rezūm Therapy — a minimally invasive in-office procedure that treats the underlying condition, not just the symptoms. Patients should talk with their doctor before moving forward with any treatment option.

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FAQs About Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy