I've no experience of this although I read a couple of cases where they had surgery to reduce the scar tissue although as Chris says above you can use physical methods to improve it. Your husband should advise his urology doctor of the problem.
An American website says:
'The contracture may be treated by dilation, a nonsurgical procedure that can be performed in a doctor’s office. Tubes of increasing diameter are inserted through the urethra so that the opening can be gradually widened (dilated) to allow a urinary catheter to be inserted to drain urine from the bladder.
A surgical procedure called a transurethral incision may be performed to relieve symptoms of bladder neck contracture. It is performed while the patient is under anesthesia. A resectoscope (a type of cystoscope) is inserted through the urethra to allow the surgeon to visualize the bladder neck. Using the cystoscope, tiny incisions can be made in the bladder neck to open it so that the urine can flow more easily out of the bladder.'
It seems a good explanation although I'm not sure it is exactly the same as your husbands case. The dilation doesn't seem to be permanent, perhaps Chris can explain that better. The full webpage is here:
Sometimes treatments overseas aren't available in the UK so it might be worth checking.
All the best, Peter
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