The providers who manage BPH usually start with your primary care doctor. And many of them are comfortable managing individuals who have mild or slightly moderate symptoms. More severe symptoms certainly would prompt a referral to the urologist. And that’s for a number of reasons. One, the age groups where men are afflicted with BPH overlaps with the age group when prostate cancer is most prevalent. So very often, prostate screening might be initiated to make sure that the symptoms are not attributable to prostate cancer. There’s a tremendous overlap in symptoms for BPH and early stage prostate cancer.