You can find relief with Rezum, a treatment for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia that affects approximately 50% of men over 50 years of age, and up to 90% of men over 80.
If it feels like your daily routine, and possibly your sleep schedule, are beginning to revolve around your need to use the bathroom, it’s a good time to consider Rezum.
Rezum uses water vapor to reduce the size of your prostate and open the urethra. It is a clinically proven procedure that requires little downtime and delivers relief within the first two-weeks of care.
The Rezum Water Vapor Therapy
Rezūm uses the natural energy stored in water vapor (steam) to treat the extra prostate tissue that is causing the BPH symptoms. The water vapor is delivered into the targeted prostate tissue. Once the vapor contacts the tissue it turns back into water, releasing all the stored energy, causing damage to the prostate cells.
Over time, the body’s natural healing response removes the dead cells, shrinking the prostate. With the extra tissue removed, the urethra opens, reducing BPH symptoms. Most patients begin to experience symptom relief in as soon as two weeks and maximum benefit will occur within three months.
There are several benefits to Rezum water vapor therapy that make it a top choice for men with BPH. The treatments available for benign prostatic enlargement tend to convince men who suffer for it to suffer through the symptoms rather than face side effects or surgical intervention, and while it's always important to discuss any treatment with your doctor, there are advantages to the water vapor treatment that other types of therapy does not possess:
Opportunity to discontinue medications and their side effects. With successful therapy, your doctor may take you off prostate medications that have side effects that you were forced to deal with in order to bypass BPH.
Minimally-invasive and in-office procedure. Rezum is not a surgery and requires no general anesthesia nor recovery. Once the treatment is done, you can go home.
No interference with sexual function. Many surgical treatments and prostate medications have side effects that can interrupt sexual functions in men to a noticeable degree. Rezum doesn't impede erections or ejaculation.
James' BPH Story
When James found himself planning his life around restroom locations, he decided it was time to do something about his BPH. First, he tried medications, but the side effects and cost made this no longer a viable option. He wanted a long-term, non-invasive solution. In this video, James shares his experience and why he chose rezūm.