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UroLift FAQ

The procedure is typically performed in the ambulatory surgery center and takes about 30 minutes in total.

Most men do not require a catheter afterward. During the first two weeks you can expect some urinary urgency, frequency, burning, and on and off blood in the urine.

Yes! Most major insurances cover the UroLift procedure. Plans do vary, so it is advisable to confirm with your specific insurance. The codes you should ask about are CPT 52441 and 52442.

No. UroLift does not cause erectile dysfunction or retrograde ejaculation.


No, they do not.