Men’s Health Penile
Disorder

A man’s sexual health is as critical as any secondary trait in a man’s life. By maintaining and caring for your sexual health, you can ensure a more peaceful, prosperous, and happier life.

Sexual health conditions can lead to numerous unasked troubles attributed to a lack of confidence, anxiety, frustration, and potentially serious complications. Men should not neglect symptoms associated with their manhood and instead seek out help from men’s health experts.

Our experts here at Bizrahmed are trained to treat all conditions that can affect the penis and can help men regain confidence in their sexual life, as well as improve their physical and mental health. If you are experiencing symptoms that are affecting the way your penis functions, then please contact the Bizrahmed clinic so that we can initiate efficient and appropriate treatment.

What is the penis?

The penis is one of the external structures of the male reproductive system. Its function is to transfer semen during sexual activity and to provide an opening for urine to be expelled. It is made of three parts:

The root is the base of the penis that attaches to the pelvic bone.

The shaft is the main part of the penis that consists of three internal chambers made up of special tissue. These chambers fill with blood when a man is sexually aroused which causes the penis to become rigid and erect.

The glans penis is the helmet-shaped head of the penis on which the opening of the urethra is located.

Penile disorders can affect any part of the penis, both internally and externally. These conditions can impact a man’s physical, sexual, and mental health.

Conditions that can affect the penis

There are many conditions that can affect the penis. Contrary to popular belief, these conditions though more common in elderly men can affect men of all ages. The penile disorders which we treat at the Bizrahmed clinic include:

Urethral Stricture: A condition in which the urethra, the tube that carries urine out of the body, becomes narrowed or blocked due to scarring or inflammation. The narrowed area, or stricture, can make it difficult or painful to urinate, and can also lead to other complications such as urinary tract infections and kidney damage.

Congenital penile curvature: One abnormality that can be present at birth is penile curvature, which causes the penis to be bent or curved in any direction. The severity of congenital penile curvature can vary, and the condition can lead to a range of symptoms including painful erections, painful urination, and pain during sexual intercourse.

Penis pain: A number of conditions can cause penis pain, such as infections, cancer, and structural abnormalities. Penis pain can seriously affect a man’s physical, sexual, and mental health if not identified and treated accordingly.

Aesthetics: Our specialist urologist is well-versed in providing aesthetic penile treatments such as penis enlargement surgeries and penile implants. These aesthetic procedures can significantly enhance a man’s confidence and self-esteem and improve sexual function. 

Circumcision: Circumcision is a commonly practised cultural, religious, and medical procedure in which the foreskin, a fold of skin that covers the head of the penis, is carefully removed. We provide circumcisions for newborns and for men who have various penile conditions that warrant the removal of their foreskin, such as penile cancer and phimosis.

Peyronie’s Disease: Another condition that can result in the curvature of the penis is Peyronie’s disease. Peyronie’s disease can occur at any age and can make it difficult for a man to undergo sexual activity.

It is important to seek medical attention if you suspect you might have symptoms of penile disorders, as these can cause discomfort, pain and difficulty with sexual intercourse. Early diagnosis and treatment can help to prevent complications, preserve sexual function, and improve your overall quality of life.

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How we can help at Bizrahmed

The men’s health specialists at Bizrahmed are expertly trained to identify, diagnose, and manage all penile disorders. With access to treatment and diagnostic facilities of the highest calibre, you can rest assured knowing that your condition will be managed efficiently and effectively with us here at Bizrahmed.

Dr Yamen, our specialist urologist, is exceptionally qualified in providing specialised medical services for men’s health conditions. He prides himself, particularly on the meaningful professional relationships he maintains with his patients, ensuring that they get the high-quality care they receive at each stage of their treatment process.

If you are experiencing any symptoms associated with your penis, no matter their severity, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. In nearly all cases, the earlier these conditions are identified, the better the chances will be for treatment success.

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A penile disorder is a condition that affects the penis and can cause pain, discomfort, or difficulty with sexual function. Some common types of penile disorders include erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's disease, priapism, and penile cancer.

Symptoms of a penile disorder can vary depending on the condition, but they can include:

  • Difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection
  • The curvature of the penis during an erection
  • Pain or discomfort during an erection
  • Difficulty with sexual intercourse
  • Lumps or sores on the penis
  • Difficulty or pain with urination

If you think you have a penile disorder, you should see a urologist. Urologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the urinary and reproductive systems. Our specialist urologist has unique knowledge and experience to properly diagnose and treat penile disorders.

A urologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the urinary and reproductive systems. An andrologist is a medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of male reproductive and sexual health issues. Both urologists and andrologists can diagnose and treat penile disorders but andrologists may have a more specific focus on male reproductive and sexual health issues.