Aquablation on Prostrate/ NEW HAS ANYONE HAD THIS DONE PLEASE REPLY

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I had this procedure done Thursday May 23,2019

Came home from hospital Friday with a foley.

Took cat out that night, cause I couldn't stand the pain of it and blood clots were not

allowing pee to get stuck. Therefore had to remove it at home. Wife was instructed on how to remove at hospital. Therefore we removed it and life was much better than going to hospital.

All night long peeing every hour on the hour with lots of pee and blood coming out.

Told by doctor that was normal.

Next day still peeing awesome but still a lot of pain on Saturday.

Now Monday am and peeing every hour but blood stopping.

Question is has anyone had this procedure?? Time will tell as if I will get better??

Thanks

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    therethere are others who have posted their experience about aquablation. just search the site with that word aquablation. I know I started a post about it

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    Where did you have your procedure done?

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    Atlanta Georgia Dr Lewis Kriteman

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    I had that procedure 6 weeks ago.

    I spent two days and nights in hospital with a 3-way catheter passing 160 litres of saline through my bladder. After that I went home peeing a rose coloured stream which became clear after a couple of days.

    Peeing was very painful for a while as if there was a blockage, but now there is some pain but much less. Things have slowly improved

    You should find my experience somewhere on this chaotic site!

    Best of luck

    Mike

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