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Specialized care for urinary tract and male reproductive health, offering advanced diagnosis, treatment, and management of urological conditions.


Urology is a part of health care that deals with disorders of the male and female urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra). It also deals with the male organs that are able to make babies (penis, testes, scrotum, prostate, etc.). Since health issues in these body parts can happen to everyone, urologic health is important.

Urology is known as a surgical specialty. Besides surgery, a urologist is a doctor with wisdom of internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology and other body parts of health care. This is because a urologist encounters a wide range of clinical issues. 

A urologist is a medical specialist who undergoes training in disorders of the male and female urinary systems, as well as the male reproductive system. Urologist are also trained as surgeons, and offer patients surgical options for many urologic health conditions. 

The scope of urology is big and these has named seven subspecialty parts:
Pediatric Urology (children's urology)
Urologic Oncology (urologic cancers)
Renal (kidney) Transplant
Neurourology (nervous system control of genitourinary organs)
Male Infertility
Calculi (urinary tract stones)
Female Urology

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What Do Urologists Do?

A urologist is trained to diagnose and treat disorders of the urinary tract. Urologists deal with men and women alike. With women, a urologist deals only with the disorders of the urinary tract.

Female urology covers a set of conditions as overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse which are treated by a female urologist or urogynecologist.

With men, the urologist can diagnose and treat disorders of the penis and testicles also. They also look after male infertility and sexual diseases.

If you take an appointment with the urologist, they will generally take notes regarding your condition from the referring doctor during their first visit. They will examine medical history and do the physical examination in the following phase.

During the examination, the patients are asked to undress themselves from the waist down and are provided with a gown so that the urologist can easily examine the all issues.

Symptoms to Consult a Urologist

Symptoms in Men
Pain in the testicles
Painful and frequent urination
Blood in urine
Erectile dysfunction
Enlarged prostate
Symptoms in Women
Pain in the back or sides
Bloody urine
Burning sensation during urination
Frequent urination urges

What Treatments Procedure Can a Urologist Perform?

There are many reasons you could find to see a urologist. During the treatment, the urologist can perform various urology procedures to diagnose and treat different urologic conditions.

1. Cystoscopy: Cystoscopy examines the bladder and urethra by seeing them with a cystoscope. It detects an enlarged prostate and cures bladder problems.

2. Ureteroscopy: Ureteroscopy cures kidney stones. The urethra, bladder, and ureter guide a ureteroscope to the kidney stone. Larger stones must be split apart.

3. Prostate Biopsy: A prostate biopsy removes questionable tissue samples from the prostate.

4. Nephrectomy: Nephrectomy (kidney removal) is a surgical procedure that removes all or part of a kidney.

5. Vasectomy: Vasectomy is male birth control surgery. During the treatment, the doctor seals the vas deferens.

Frequently Asked Questions

Common Questions

In most cases, urology exams are painless. But, your signs and pain threshold will be the best judge of whether the exams are painless or not.

Yes, women can see a urologist. After all, the urinary tract is different from the reproductive system of girls and women.

Feeling an uncontrollable urge to urinate, frequent urination, and waking up more than two times during the night to urinate are some initial signs of bladder problems.

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