I am very fortunate to have the iTind™ procedure done a little over a year ago. I am very excited since that day because it has been working great ever since.”
— Gene, iTind Procedure Patient
Learn more about Gene
The iTind procedure is intended for the treatment of symptoms due to urinary outflow obstruction secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in men age 50 and above.
It is important to note that results from the iTind™ procedure may vary and not all patients see benefit from this treatment.
Implantation of the iTind device may cause pelvic discomfort, blood in urine, painful or urgent urination. In rare cases, the iTind device
may cause urinary tract infection or a sudden difficulty to urinate.
As with all medical procedures results may vary. Patients should consult with their physician to determine their course of treatment.
1. Jim, Dan, and Gene were treated with the iTind procedure and are unpaid speakers.