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Aquablation Therapy in Jacksonville, FL

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What Is AquaBlation?

Aquablation therapy is a new type of surgical treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). At Kasraeian Urology, we are proud to be among the first in the Jacksonville, FL area to offer this advanced, minimally invasive treatment.

We are excited to offer Aquablation therapy at Kasraeian Urology, because we believe in helping men suffering from BPH to get their life back and feel like themselves again. Schedule a consultation with our team today.

We know choosing a treatment option can be overwhelming, as it often forces men to compromise in some way. This could mean not responding well to medication, or choosing a treatment that only provides limited relief, that may have a long recovery time, or that may even cause issues with sexual function.

Aquablation therapy is a one-of-a-kind procedure that aims to minimize this compromise.


Men With BPH Are Not Willing To Sacrifice Sexual Function For Symptom Relief With Surgery

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Men With BPH Feel That Surgery Requires A Tradeoff Between Symptom Relief And Side Effects

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Men With BPH Did Not Realize How Important Maintaining Sexual Function Was To Them Before Surgery

What Are The Benefits Of Aquablation for BPH?

A personalized Aquablation treatment performed by Dr. Kasraeian can significantly reduce BPH symptoms and improve quality of life with benefits that include:

  • Dramatically reducing symptoms of BPH
  • Clinically proven low rates of irreversible complications
  • Precise, predictable, consistent results
  • Computer-controlled robotic precision
  • Results are long-lasting
  • FDA-approved
  • Minimally invasive
  • Can be performed on all prostates


Impact On Erectile Function, Orgasmic Function, Sexual Desire, Intercourse Satisfaction Or Overall Sexual Satisfaction


Men With BPH Preserve Ejaculatory Function With Aquablation Therapy


Men With BPH Did Not Have Incontinence After Aquablation Therapy

Am I A Good Candidate for Aquablation Therapy?

Aquablation therapy is a different kind of surgical procedure. Schedule a consultation with our team in Jacksonville, FL to learn more about the surgical procedure and process.There are three reasons it may be right for you, but make sure to discuss with our surgeons to see if you’re a candidate.


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How Does Aquablation Therapy Work?

Aquablation therapy uses the power of water delivered with robotic precision to provide long-lasting BPH relief without compromise. It is precise, consistent, and predictable, and provides long-term relief no matter how large your prostate.

How is The Aquablation Procedure PerFormed?

Aquablation therapy is a resective procedure, which means that the prostate tissue causing symptoms is surgically removed. No incision is made in the abdomen, as the prostate is reached through the urethra.

Aquablation therapy is performed in a hospital and is done under anesthesia. The procedure typically takes less than an hour and involves an overnight stay.

There are two key steps to the Aquablation procedure:

Step 1: Creating A Surgical Map

Every prostate is unique in size and shape. Aquablation therapy enables our surgeons to customize your procedure to your specific anatomy.

How? Aquablation therapy is the only BPH surgical procedure integrates ultrasound imaging with the standard camera (called a cystoscope). This gives our surgeons the ability to see the entire prostate in real time, which allows our surgeons to map which parts of your prostate they want to remove and which parts they want to avoid.

Specifically, this mapping enables our surgeons to avoid removing the parts of the prostate that cause irreversible complications like erectile dysfunction, ejaculatory dysfunction, and incontinence.

Step 2: Removing The Prostate Tissue

Once our surgeons have created a surgical map, a robotically-controlled, heat-free waterjet removes the prostate tissue that was outlined on the map. This robotic technology minimizes human error in removing prostate tissue, and ensures the prostate tissue is removed precisely, consistently, and predictably.

When required, our surgeons may choose to use a minimal amount of cautery following an Aquablation procedure to control bleeding.

What Should I Expect After Aquablation?

As with most BPH procedures, you will wake up with a catheter. Patients typically stay overnight in the hospital. We may send you home with a catheter for a few days or may keep you an additional night in the hospital if you are unable to pee on your own or empty your bladder at the time of discharge.

We know that no one likes staying overnight in a hospital. However, the benefit with Aquablation therapy is that most patients end up leaving the hospital without a catheter.

Once you are home, you may experience mild burning during urination for a couple of weeks. This can be managed with mild pain medication.

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What Are The Side Effects Of Aquablation Therapy?

We know that the primary reason men are delaying surgery is because they are concerned about side effects. In fact, a recent survey shows that 85% of men are concerned that surgery will cause incontinence, and 4 out of 5 men are concerned that surgery will have a permanent impact on their sexual function.

In clinical studies, men who had Aquablation therapy had a very low rate of irreversible complications—incontinence, ejaculatory dysfunction, erectile dysfunction.


Aquablation therapy has a very low rates of irreversible complications (incontinence, ejaculatory dysfunction, erectile dysfunction because:

  • It is the only procedure that gives surgeons the ability to view the entire prostate so they can create a map that avoids the parts of the prostate that cause irreversible complications.
  • It is the only procedure that uses a heat-free waterjet to remove prostate tissue. Technologies that use heat to remove prostate tissue may be damaging to the parts of the prostate that control erectile function and ejaculatory function. It should be noted that some surgeons may choose to use a minimal amount of cautery following an Aquablation procedure if it is required to control bleeding.


Aquablation therapy removes prostate tissue with a robotically-controlled waterjet. This robotic technology minimizes human error and ensures the prostate tissue is removed precisely, consistently, and predictably.


In clinical studies, Aquablation therapy has been shown to provide durable symptom relief.



Aquablation Therapy FAQ

Does Aquablation therapy hurt?
No, it doesn’t. Aquablation therapy is performed in a hospital under anesthesia, meaning you will feel no pain or discomfort.

Is Aquablation therapy safe?
Yes, Aquablation therapy is safe and was approved by the FDA in 2017. The treatment is controlled robotically with computer precision meaning safer, more reliable outcomes. The most common risks are mild and temporary, often including light bleeding or straining while urinating, mild pain, urgency, or a UTI (urinary tract infection).

Will Aquablation therapy cause erectile dysfunction or urinary incontinence? Aquablation therapy has a very low rate of irreversible complications, including ED and urinary incontinence. One of the major advantages of Aquablation therapy over other BPH treatments is its lower risk of side effects. It minimizes the compromise between prostate health and restoring healthier functioning.

How long is recovery after Aquablation therapy?
Some patients may experience mild burning while urinating for 1 – 2 weeks. Once approved by your doctor, you can resume normal activities. Most will recover in about 2 – 4 weeks.

Will I have to wear a catheter?
With Aquablation therapy, most patients leave the hospital without a catheter.

How should I prepare for aquablation therapy at Kasraeian Urology?
Before undergoing aquablation therapy, our team at Kasraeian Urology will provide specific instructions based on your medical history. Typically, you may be advised to stop taking certain medications, such as blood thinners, a few days before the procedure. It's important to follow a fasting protocol if instructed, usually from midnight the night before your surgery. Additionally, ensure you arrange for someone to drive you home post-procedure as you will not be able to drive yourself.


If you have avoided BPH treatment due to fear of irreversible side effects or a long recovery period, you're not alone. With new technologies like Aquablation therapy, men just like you have achieved rapid, reliable, long-lasting relief from their BPH symptoms without sacrificing their continence or sexual function. To learn more about the exciting results that may be possible for you with Aquablation therapy for BPH, call Kasraeian Urology to schedule your private consultation in Jacksonville, FL, today.

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