Bladder Ladder Neck incision (B.N.I) and urethrotomy

Best Bladder Neck Incision in Jayanagar, Bangalore

There may be a need for a bladder neck incision (B.N.I.) or a urethrotomy in men with a decreased urinary stream or problems passing urine when they suffer from bladder neck stenosis or urethral strictures.

BNI is performed to enhance urine flow and reduce urinary pressure in the bladder. When non-surgical treatment fails to improve the state of the bladder, the treatment is highly beneficial.

As a result of previous surgeries, catheterisation, or trauma to your urethra, you may experience scarring within the urethra. The term "bladder neck stenosis" is used to describe the condition of scarring at the neck of the bladder, where the bladder joins the prostate gland when it occurs. It is a condition where scarring can be found within the urethra, referred to as a urethral stricture. Manipal Hospital has the best bladder neck incision treatment in Jayanagar, Bangalore. 


When you are admitted for surgery, the medical team will inform you of the approximate time of your surgery and prepare you for the operating room.

Some tablets may be administered to you before surgery. Your anesthesiologist will chart these and may include medications to relieve tension, nausea, and pain.

You will be transferred to the theatre table as soon as you arrive at the theatre. The anaesthetic staff will insert a drip into your arm and attach various monitoring devices to the drip to monitor your condition.

Your surgical procedure will begin when you have been fully prepared for your surgical procedure, and your anaesthetic has been administered. There is usually a wait time of 15 to 30 minutes between the start of the operation.

After the surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room for a short time. You will be cared for until you are ready to be transferred to the hospital for further treatment.


It is the medical team's responsibility to check your blood pressure and pulse regularly.

You may still require a drip in your arm until you can normally drink to acquire appropriate fluids. You should be allowed to eat and drink as soon as you return to the ward.

By using a catheter, it is possible to drain the contents of your bladder into a bag. Urine is likely to contain blood if there is blood present in it. Most of the time, this will resolve itself within a 24 to 48-hour period of time. A small balloon is used to help hold the catheter within the bladder to prevent it from slipping out of the bladder. The medical team in top urology hospital in Jayanagar, Bangalore will closely monitor how well your catheter is draining.