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Rezūm nights without
bathroom breaks.

Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy is a natural
alternative to surgery. It treats the cause of
your BPH, so you can get back to your life.

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Rezūm Your Sleep

Waking up multiple times a night to use the bathroom could be a sign of an enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Learn how Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy could help.

Seeking lasting relief from
BPH symptoms?

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Waking up at all hours to urinate?

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Weak stream?

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Having the urgent need to go?

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Side effects of BPH meds?

What if there was a better way to get to the root cause of your BPH and experience significant, lasting relief?

Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy treats the source of BPH — your enlarged prostate. This short, in-office procedure uses the natural energy stored in a few drops of water to shrink the prostate. So urine can flow freely. There are no incisions, no general anesthesia, and most patients return to regular activities within a few days.*  And, it preserves sexual function.1,2

Rezūm leading your life to the fullest. Why wait?

Who does BPH affect?

of men by age 603

of men 60+4

of men by age 853

of men with moderate symptoms are unhappy about it1

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Is Rezūm Therapy right for you?

The best way to find out is by talking with a doctor to determine if Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy is a good treatment for you based on your symptoms and treatment goals. Start by taking our BPH Quiz. Then bring the results with you to your appointment. Need to find a doctor who specializes in Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy? Use our Doctor Finder to locate one near you.

Do you have BPH?

Take our BPH quiz to gain insight into the severity of your symptoms and help kick-start the conversation about BPH with a doctor.

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Find a Doctor

Use our Doctor Finder to get in direct contact with urologists who specialize in using Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy to treat BPH. 

* Dependent on individual clinical situation and healing response.
  1. McVary KT, Rogers T, Roehrborn CG. Rezūm water vapor thermal therapy for lower urinary tract symptoms associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia: 4-year results from randomized controlled study. Urology. 2019 Apr;126:171–9.
  2. McVary KT, Gange SN, Gittelman MC, et al. Minimally invasive prostate convective water vapor energy (WAVE) ablation: A multicenter, randomized, controlled study for treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia. J Urol. 2016 May;195(5):1529–38. 
  3. Barry M, Roehrborn C. Management of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Ann Rev Med. 1997 Feb;48:177–89.
  4. Berry SJ, Coffey DS, Walsh PC, et al. The development of human benign prostatic hyperplasia with age. J Urol. 1984 Sep;132(3):474–9

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All treatments have inherent and associated risks. The Rezūm System is intended to relieve symptoms, obstructions, and reduce prostate tissue associated with BPH. It is indicated for men ≥ 50 years of age with a prostate volume 30cm3 ≤ 80cm3. The Rezūm System is also indicated for treatment of prostate with hyperplasia of the central zone and/or a median lobe. Potential risks include but are not limited to painful urination (dysuria), blood in the urine (hematuria), blood in the semen (hematospermia), decrease in ejaculatory volume, suspected urinary tract infection (UTI), and urinary frequency, retention or urgency. You should talk with your doctor about benefits and risks before moving forward with any treatment option. is a website sponsored by Boston Scientific.