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Expert Treatment for Enlarged Prostate
Prostate artery embolization (PAE) is a same-day, minimally invasive outpatient procedure used to treat symptoms of an enlarged prostate caused by Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). At American Prostate Centers, rest assured that our affiliated physicians are the best of the best. Our interventional radiologists are board certified and highly skilled, performing the advanced PAE procedure, which is not available in many centers across the nation.
Trust American Prostate Centers to:
Provide a customized diagnosis and treatment plan with caring, highly respected interventional radiologists
Use advanced, image-guided, minimally invasive technology for the treatment of BPH
Make sure your needs are met with the utmost care and compassion
Outpatient procedures at our Joint Commissioned center with clinically trained staff
Are You Experiencing Symptoms of an Enlarged Prostate?
BPH can lead to various urinary symptoms, as well as bladder, urinary tract, or kidney problems, and tends to gradually worsen over time. Signs and symptoms of BPH to look out for are bladder pressure, frequent urination, difficulty starting urination, inability to urinate, frequent urination at night, and urinary urgency.
If you feel discomfort or pressure in your lower abdomen you may be experiencing bladder pressure due to BPH.
If you find yourself going to the bathroom more than normal, with less time in between visits you may have frequent urination due to BPH.
The most common symptom of BPH is urinary urgency, when you feel a strong urge to go, but have difficulty holding it to get to the bathroom.
Untreated BPH can cause urinary retention, which is the inability to urinate or empty the bladder. Even when you strain to urinate, nothing comes out.
Frequent Urination at Night
BPH may cause frequent urination at night, feeling the need to urinate more often or more urgently at night.
BPH may cause intermittent urination where you may experience a weak urination stream or difficulty urinating.
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We Offer a Minimally Invasive Treatment for an Enlarged Prostate
PAE is a safe and effective treatment option for men with BPH and, like other minimally invasive procedures, offers several advantages over traditional surgery. The average prostate size is seen to shrink by approximately 30%. PAE is an outpatient procedure, with no hospital stay and a shorter recovery. There is a low risk of sexual side effects or incontinence. You will experience virtually no blood loss and minimal pain and swelling. There are no limits on prostate size, urethral narrowing, or bladder capacity.
What to Expect from Prostate Artery Embolization
Nationally Recognized PAE Specialists
Our team of highly skilled physicians comprises some of the nation’s most respected and admired interventional radiologists. From your first visit, our affiliated physicians will make sure that you are met with the utmost care and compassion. They will evaluate your BPH symptoms, determine if you’re a candidate for the PAE procedure, and provide a treatment plan that is customized to your unique needs and overall health. The procedure for PAE requires special training, and our interventional radiologists are board-certified in this procedure, which is not available at many other centers across the nation.
What Our Patients Are Saying
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If you are experiencing bladder pressure, it’s essential to request a consultation with one of our affiliated prostate specialists. Our affiliated physicians will perform a thorough examination to assess the cause of your bladder pressure to determine if you have BPH, or are at risk in the future. Please request a consultation at American Prostate Centers in Queens, New York, for expert care.
Prostate Centers in New York
At American Prostate Centers in Astoria, Queens, NY, our affiliated physicians are committed to providing you with the utmost care and compassion. We have state-of-the-art facilities and some of the nation’s most respected interventional radiologists and vascular specialists to help treat BPH.
BPH Treatment in New York
American Prostate Center-Queens is located in Astoria, NY. The affiliated physicians of Queens Prostate Center raise the bar for minimally invasive, image-guided prostate care. Being the best of the best, our Joint Commission-accredited outpatient center offers a full range of same-day procedures, including prostate artery embolization. At Queens Endovascular, patients can enjoy convenient access to safe and effective prostate care for their prostate conditions. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with an interventional radiologist at Queens Prostate Center and get the treatment you need to be active again, without urinary issues holding you back.
Request a consultation at your nearest American Prostate affiliated center.