The NHS can start offering a brand-new steam management for benign prostate enlargement, says the regulator, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
The procedure is minimally invasive and is to be able to done under local anaesthetic without an overnight infirmary stay.
It involves elapsing a small examination up the urethra to infuse a puffed of steam into the troublesome area.
The steam kills off some of the enlarged tissue to calmnes manifestations.
The dead cadres are reabsorbed by the body.