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About 14 million American men suffer from BHP or an enlarged prostate – a condition that has a tremendous impact on an individual’s quality of life. BPH occurs in almost all men as they age, about half the men over 75 have some symptoms of BPH. BPH is not cancer, nor does it cause cancer. While you cannot prevent BPH or the urination problems it may cause, medical management can make the symptoms less debilitating.

BPH causes urinary problems such as:

  • Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling).
  • Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night.
  • A weak urine stream.
  • A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate

Join us for webinar this September with world-renowned men’s health expert, Allen D. Seftel, MD, FACS, Head,Division of Urology at Cooper. Dr. Seftel will answer your questions about BPH and how it can be managed and treated.

Allen D. Seftel, MD, FACS is Head of the Division of Urology at Cooper University Hospital. His special interests include male sexual medicine, male sexual function, male infertility, benign prostatic hyperplasia and testosterone deficiency in men. He has a particular interest in treating men with low testosterone levels and is researching innovative approaches to treating this medical condition.

Dr. Seftel the current editor of the International Journal of Impotence Research and editor of the Journal of Urology’s urologic survey section on andrology, male and female sexual function.  He is also an editorial board member of the Journal of AndrologyPostgraduate Medicine and Current Surgery.

He earned his medical degree from State University of New York (SUNY) Health Science Center in Brooklyn, N.Y, completed his surgical residency training at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y., and his urology residency at SUNY Health Science Center and Case Western Reserve University.  Dr. Seftel also completed fellowship training at Boston University School of Medicine where he was a Scholar in Impotence for the American Foundation of Urologic Disease.

Nationally, Dr. Seftel directs and teaches a course on office-based urologic medicine for the American Urological Association.

He sees patients in Marlton, Voorhees and Camden, N.J. To learn more about the Cooper Urology program please visit http://www.cooperhealth.org/departments-programs/urology or call 1.800.8. COOPER (1.800.826.6737)