Making too many pit stops?

It's ok to get back in the driver's seat! 

Men age 45 or over: If you're experiencing a frequent and urgent need to urinate, you may have an enlarged prostate, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Take the BPH Quiz to see how your symptoms add up.

Meet the #1 chosen minimally invasive
BPH procedure in the U.S.§

Living with BPH symptoms? The UroLift™ System is a proven option for men seeking an alternative to medications or major surgery.1

Click below to find a UroLift™-trained physician near you.

Get back on track with the UroLift System

The goal of the UroLift™ System treatment is to relieve symptoms quickly and effectively so you can get back on track and resume your daily activities.

This straightforward outpatient treatment can be performed under local anesthesia.2 It’s the only leading BPH procedure that does not require cutting, heating or removal of prostate tissue.3,4

  • Rapid relief and recovery in days, not months2,3
  • Only leading BPH procedure shown to not cause sexual dysfunction**4,5
  • Symptom relief better than reported for medications3,6
  • Covered by Medicare, national, and commercial plans, when medical criteria are met


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Do I have BPH?

If you have been living with any of these bothersome symptoms, you might have an enlarged prostate. Select all that apply.

So far it's just annoying – why worry about BPH?

Waiting can come with risk.

BPH is a common condition affecting men as they get older. It is not related to prostate cancer, but is the leading reason men visit a urologist.7

As the prostate enlarges it can press on and even block the urethra, causing bothersome urinary symptoms. If left untreated, BPH can lead to permanent bladder damage.8

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What are my options?

Your doctor can advise you on potential treatment options for your lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), based on your diagnosis. Here are common treatment options for BPH:


These include alpha blockers, which relax bladder neck muscles, and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors which act to shrink the prostate.

UroLift™ System

Small implants are placed to lift or hold excess tissue out of the way so it no longer blocks the urethra – with no heating, cutting, or removal, of prostate tissue.3,4


Heat, such as steam or hot water, is applied directly to the prostate to destroy excess tissue.


Concentrated light is used to generate precise, intense heat to destroy excess prostate tissue. 

Waterjet Ablation

A high-velocity waterjet is used to destroy excess prostate tissue, using an image-guided robotic arm.

Transurethral Resection (TURP)

An electric wire loop or laser fiber is used to remove or vaporize excess prostate tissue.

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What are people saying?

Scroll through these quotes from patients treated with the UroLift™ System. See Success Stories to view videos and articles featuring BPH patients, family members, and their urologists.