Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)

Harley Street, London

If you find yourself rushing to the bathroom more often than usual, struggling with a weak urine stream, or feeling like you can’t completely empty your bladder, you may be experiencing male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS). These symptoms can be frustrating and have a major impact on your daily routine, but there are ways to address them and improve your quality of life.

Common causes of male LUTS can include conditions like Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), prostate inflammation, bladder dysfunction, and even non-urological factors. Your healthcare journey begins with a consultation with Mr Raison, where you can share your symptoms and concerns openly. By working together, you and Mr Raison can create a personalized plan to help you feel better and regain control over your urinary health.

Through a series of assessments, including questions about your medical history and possibly some tests, Mr Raison will gather information to better understand your unique situation. This may involve keeping track of your symptoms in a bladder diary and undergoing tests to assess your prostate health.


Treatment options tailored to your needs may include lifestyle adjustments, behavioural strategies, and medications to manage your symptoms effectively. In cases where these approaches are not sufficient, procedures like Transurethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP), Green Light laser therapy, or Rezum water vapor therapy could be considered to provide relief and improve your daily life.

Remember, your journey to better urinary health is a collaborative effort between you and your healthcare team. By sharing your experiences and working together on a personalised treatment plan, you can take proactive steps towards feeling better and enjoying a more comfortable lifestyle.

Mr Raison is available for private urology consultations, treatments, and surgical procedures at The London Clinic, Harley Street.

Mr Nicholas Raison

Consultant Urological Surgeon & Associate Professor

Harley Street, London