A transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is a surgical procedure that removes portions of the prostate gland through the penis. A TURP requires no external incision. This procedure is mainly done for BPH patient with LUTS and may be done occasionally for patients with prostate cancer as well. The aim is to remove part of the prostate gland from inside creating a good channel to pass urine. The instrument called resectoscope is introduced through the penis and the prostate is resected using a monopolar current loop (TURP) or by a bipolar resection kit (TURIS). After the procedure a catheter is inserted which stays for a day or two before removed. Most of the patients complain of some urgency, frequency and mild pain which settles quickly. The improvement in the urinary flow is usually excellent.