Laparoscopic surgery

  • Less painful
  • Early discharge from hospital within 24 to 48 hours (open surgery 5 to 6 days)
  • Small scars
  • Return to normal activity in 1 week (open surgery 4 to 6 weeks)
Yes. It is useful for small cancers less than 4 cm and non-function kidney.
It will be more but you will save on hospital stay and return to work early.

Kidney Stones

Yes, there is 10% chance in 5 years time.
Adequate fluid intake and change in diet will reduce the chance of another stone.


No, it is indicated only for very large prostate, people taking anti coagulant and high risk patients. It is very expensive and studies are ongoing. Still the gold standard is TURP.
Prostate gland continues to increase in size until the age of 70, so it is advisable to continue taking the tablet until you are symptomatic.
Yes, TURP involves only removing of prostate tissue that is obstructing the urine passage. After TURP there is thin rim of prostate tissue from which prostate cancer can occur.
Yes. It depends on age of the patient and genetic risk.
Risk of erectile dysfunction is very minimal and it may be temporary but you will have retrograde ejaculation.
During orgasm seminal fluid will not come out instead it goes to bladder and you pass it out when you pass urine next time but you have normal sexual function and pleasure in other words it is called dry ejaculation.


No, vasectomy does not increase the risk of prostate cancer.
No, vasectomy do not affect sexual function, you can have normal sexual activity and pleasure after vasectomy.


No. Surgery involves only removal of foreskin.
Each item in PrepBootstrap is maintained to its latest version. This ensures its smooth operation.

Varicocele Surgery

Testicular pain, infertility and abnormal semen parameter.
Yes it can recur.
Surgery only help to improve semen parameter but that does not translate to paternal rate.
According to literature it does improve semen parameter but not 100 percent.


It is obstruction due to narrowing in the urine pipe.
Yes, but can be avoided by regular self catheterization.
Yes, but risk is less if done properly.