Prostate Artery Embolization Helps Relieve Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Trust board-certified, award-winning interventional radiologists to help relieve symptoms associated with BPH using a minimally invasive procedure.

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Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE)

Finally, a same-day outpatient procedure for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Do you suffer from frequent urination at night, a hesitant or interrupted urine stream, a sudden need to urinate, or a feeling that your bladder just doesn’t empty completely?

You might have BPH and qualify for PAE.

BPH is a common prostate enlargement condition that affects many older men. It is the most common benign tumor in men, affecting 50 percent of men who are 60 years old and older.

A diagnosis of BPH can be disheartening because it comes with various lower urinary tract symptoms that can lower your quality of life.

Common symptoms of BPH include

  • Frequent or urgent need to urinate
  • Urinating more often at night
  • Unable to fully empty your bladder
  • Dribbling when done urinating
  • Weak stream or one that stops and goes

Do You Qualify for PAE?

You might be a candidate for PAE if you’ve been diagnosed with BPH, continue to experience symptoms with medications, don’t want to, or are not eligible for surgery.

When symptoms of BPH become bothersome, it might be time to contact your doctor.

What is PAE? Benefits and Technique

Prostate artery embolization is a minimally invasive procedure — performed by an interventional radiologist — that is safe and effective for symptoms associated with BPH.

You can rest assured that Texas Endovascular provides high-quality care and an exceptional patient experience for PAE.

Benefits of the Procedure

  • Same-day outpatient treatment
  • Minimally invasive
  • No or minimal pain
  • Low risk of urinary incontinence
  • Low risk of sexual side effects such as retrograde ejaculation or erectile dysfunction
  • May improve the quality of sexual health

What to Expect: The Procedure

PAE is performed under mild sedation or general anesthesia.

Your doctor will insert a small catheter into an artery in your wrist. Using an X-ray, your doctor will deliver tiny beads into the arteries blocking your prostate blood. This helps slow the blood flow to your prostate, causing it to shrink within 1-2 weeks following the procedure.

Award-Winning, Board-Certified PAE Specialists

Texas Endovascular is proud to offer PAE performed by our experienced, board-certified vascular interventional radiologists.

Our expert team works together to ensure you receive the highest quality care possible. We can diagnose and treat complex conditions such as BPH with less risk and recovery time. As leaders in interventional radiology and today’s advanced treatments, we will examine your condition and provide the best treatment options for your diagnosis and symptoms.

We Accept Most Insurance Plans. Contact Us to Learn More

We’re here to simplify the insurance process. We’re proud to accept most insurance plans and offer financing options. Contact us to find out if we accept your insurance and ask any questions you may have.

Prostate Artery Embolization in Clinics Throughout Texas

If you’ve been dealing with BPH symptoms affecting your quality of life, it’s time to consider treatment.

Texas Endovascular offers six locations throughout greater Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth, including Houston, Katy, Sugar Land, The Woodlands, Clearlake, and Dallas/Fort Worth.

Don’t live another day with pain and discomfort caused by an enlarged prostate.  

Call today at (469) 341-5997 to schedule your appointment.
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