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Thank you for your query.
Once the diagnosis of a high bladder neck or primary bladder neck obstruction
has been confirmed we then move on to the treatment. Which is divided into:
-Medical management: Alpha blockers have been found to be the mainstay of treatment
-Surgical management: Transurethral incision of bladder neck
Either of these treatment options can be initiated. I would advice the initiation of medical treatment followed by the surgical option, if the desired results are not obtained.
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