You'll be able to go home once your catheter is removed and you're able to urinate normally. Before you're discharged, you'll be given advice about your recovery. A follow-up appointment to check your progress should be made for a few weeks later. You'll be unable to urinate normally at first because your urethra will be swollen.
Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) - Mayo Clinic
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The question of when you can have sex after surgery is a common one, yet it's one many people are embarrassed to ask their surgeon. When you are scheduling your surgery, your doctor will inform you whether your surgery can be done as an outpatient, like at a surgical center, or as an inpatient, in the operating room of a hospital. On the other hand, inpatient surgery tends to be more extensive than outpatient surgery, so resuming sexual activities may mean you need to wait for a few or multiple weeks. In addition to the location of the surgery, the type of surgery will affect the timing of when you can engage in sexual activities again.