Men’s Health Urology
Urology is a branch of medicine that focuses on the urinary tract in males and females, and the reproductive system in males. Urologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the urinary and reproductive systems.
Our specialist urologist here at Bizrahmed, Dr Yamen, is trained to manage medical and surgical issues in these areas, including urinary tract infections, incontinence, kidney stones, prostate and testicular problems, sexual dysfunction, and certain types of cancer. Dr Yamen will work with our multidisciplinary team of andrologists and men’s health specialists to diagnose your condition with utmost precision and provide you with the most effective treatments.
Many male urological conditions can be difficult to identify and treat as the way in which they manifest can be non-specific, meaning that one symptom can be attributed to multiple conditions. As such, it is essential that you visit an expert urologist should you experience any urological symptoms so that the wrong diagnoses can be ruled out and your condition can be treated appropriately.
Our Bizrahmed urologist has years of experience in treating the most complex cases. He has honed his expertise from specialists around the world and prides himself on working with his patients from the moment they step foot into the clinic until they are discharged from his care.
Which urological conditions do we treat?
Many men’s health problems that crop up throughout all stages of life are commonly associated with the urinary and reproductive tracts. The urological conditions that we treat here at Bizrahmed include:
- Urinary incontinence: Some conditions, as well as old age, can make it difficult for some men to hold in their urine when they feel like they need to go to the toilet. This can result in urinary incontinence, a condition that can cause men to suffer from anxiety and low self-esteem, and even prevent them from wanting to partake in social activities.
- Kidney stones: These are hard mineral deposits that can form in the kidneys and travel through the urinary tract. They can vary in size and cause significant discomfort to the individual. We can treat kidney stones of all shapes, sizes, and compositions using the most medical and surgical therapies.
- Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Sometimes, bacteria can get into the urinary tract and cause a UTI. UTIs in men can be painful, hard to identify, and difficult to treat. Our diagnostic facility provides us with the equipment necessary to perform all appropriate diagnostic tests that help us identify the causative organism so that we can tailor your treatment accordingly.
- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH): A condition that commonly affects men aged 45 years and over which causes the prostate gland to enlarge. This enlargement can lead to a number of urogenital symptoms that need to be managed using medication or surgical intervention.
- Prostatitis: If the prostate gland becomes inflamed, it can cause tremendous pain and long-term damage. This condition is called prostatitis. Our specialist urologist can diagnose the specific type of prostatitis you may have and prescribe you the treatment necessary to manage your condition using our wonderful treatment facility.
- Bedwetting: Though bedwetting more commonly affects children, it can continue to be a problem in males aged over 5 years old. Our urologists can identify the root cause of bedwetting and provide you or your son(s) with the appropriate management plan to alleviate symptoms and anxiety associated with the condition.
- Haematuria: Blood in the urine (haematuria) can be a sign of a number of urological conditions. An expert urologist must examine a urine sample to identify why there is blood in your urine and determine the best course of action to prevent it from happening again.
- Prostate cancer: Prostate cancer is a common type of cancer that affects the prostate gland in men, early detection and treatment are key to improving outcomes. It is important to consult with a urologist to determine the best course of treatment options which may include surgery, radiation therapy, and hormone therapy, among others – all of which can be provided at Bizrahmed.
- Bladder cancer: Bladder cancer is the 4th most common cancer in men and can often present with no symptoms at all. The earlier the cancer is detected, the better your treatment outcomes will be. We encourage all men aged 45 years or older to do their part in getting regularly checked up.
Why choose Bizrahmed for urology treatments?
The Bizrahmed clinic prides itself on providing you access to renowned specialist urologists and expert men’s health specialists that have proved their profound expertise, extensive experience, and demonstrated craft in urological matters. Our urologist, Dr Yamen, has worked tirelessly to earn his reputation in a vast range of treatment areas.
Dr Yamen works with his patients on a personal basis from steps A to Z of their treatment, ensuring that they only get the best care at every stage. If you are suffering from a urological problem, then give the Bizrahmed clinic a call at your earliest convenience so that we can arrange an appointment for you to speak to Dr Yamen.
What are common urological conditions?
Common urological conditions include urinary tract infections, incontinence, kidney stones, prostate and testicular problems, sexual dysfunction, and certain types of cancer.
What are the treatment options for urological conditions?
Treatment options for urological conditions vary depending on the condition and its severity. They can include medications, minimally invasive procedures, surgery, and lifestyle changes, all of which can be provided at Bizrahmed.
How can BPH Affect Your Life?
You should see a urologist if you have any symptoms or concerns related to your urinary or reproductive system. Some specific reasons to see a urologist include:
- Difficulty or pain when urinating
- Frequent urination or urgency to urinate
- Blood in the urine or cloudy urine
- Pain in the lower back, side, or abdomen
- Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection
- Pain or discomfort in the testicles
- Lumps or changes in the testicles or prostate
- Difficulty ejaculating or reduced semen volume
- Persistent pelvic pain
- Urinary incontinence
- Kidney stones
- Prostate problems
- Testicular problems
- Bladder problems
If you have any of these symptoms or concerns, it is best to consult with a urologist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment. Also, if you have a family history of urological conditions, it is important to consult with a urologist as it increases the risk of developing certain conditions.