Due to Misconceptions About Treatments, BPH Patients May Not Comply with Their Medication Regimes

Due to misconceptions about the inconvenience and expectations about treatments, patients may not comply with their BPH medication regimes. To tackle this, researchers suggest adopting the Feelings, Ideas, Functions and Expectations (FIFE) approach to evaluate the patient’s illness experience and expectations.

Your patients may have different preferences based on their fears and expectations about BPH treatments. Adopting a patient-centered approach will help understand your patients better and improve their adherence to medication!


Patient centred care for the medical treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms in patients with benign prostatic obstruction: a key point to improve patients’ care

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