Dr Coxon, physician specialised in urology and sex medicine, provides a detailed guide on LUTS: Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms. These are very common but underdiagnosed, the prostate is not always the reason for LUTS and diagnosis can be complex, LUTS can bring storage symptoms and voiding symptoms, The examination has to be comprehensive and not only focused on the prostate, LUTS can be managed and patients can experience marked reduction in symptoms, many medications can be used and each has side effects, referring to a specialist can often be necessary.
BPH / Male LUTS: Top Tips
MA MD MRCS MRCGP FECSM, Beaconsfield Medical Practice, Brighton, Brighton & Sussex Universities Hospital NHS Trust, Nuffield Health Hospital Brighton
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