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30 yr old with lifelong ED. Been to many Urologists and a top Sex Psychiatrist without success. PDE5's barely work. What should I do next?
Surgery: Sounds like you're going through a lot. .. If there is nothing biologically wrong and after seeing a psychiatrist, in extreme cases, there is a surgical option that utilizes a balloon inflation mechanism. Another option is a compounding pharmacy. I've prescribed these methods successfully in the past for refractory ED patients. Wish there was a better answer for you & hope that helps! ...Read more
Genito-urinary Dr: Specialist dealing with aspects of urinary tract disease, abnormalities or abnormalities including infections, cancer, urinary incontinence, voiding difficulties. Also male genital ; sex related problems including need for reconstructive surgery of penis, scrotum testes ; ambiguous genitalia. Also trans-sexual ; adrenal gland surgery. Pediatric urologists reconstruct genitalia in young ; baby girls. ...Read more
Yes they can.: Finding the cause of it is easy but treating it may be difficult. Best wishes! Http://www. Oligospermia. Com/ http://theturekclinic. Com/services/male-fertility-infertility-doctor-treatments-issues-zero-sperm-count-male-doctors/oligospermia-low-sperm-count-semen-analysis-0-rare-definition-what/ http://www. Home-remedies-for-you. Com/blog/oligospermia-treatment-causes. Html. ...Read more
Some overlap: Essentially 2 separate specialties, . However, uro-gynecologists do cystoscopies &manage stress urinary incontinence, cystitis etc., but nothing above bladder in urinary tract. Urologists &/or uro-gyn manage urethral diverticula, caruncles etc. Urologists manage full range of urinary incontinence including neurogenic bladder. Pediatric urologists are also infant gynecologists + intersex specailists. ...Read more
Hopefully not!: If your 13-year-old is having an evaluation by a urologist, you would certainly hope that the doctor would be sensitive! imaging procedures, like ultrasound, are commonly done - and are painless and non-invasive. Of course, you can expect that your child will have a physical exam - and that can be awkward for a 13-year-old, but usually not painful. Good luck. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
Ask your primary: Ask your primary care provider or general practitioner for a recommendation, and ask why the recommendation was made. Finding the "best" doctor is a local issue, and difficult to do. Hope this helps! ...Read more
In practice, urologists don't insert a scope into vagina to see so they cannot see cum inside of a woman. And they don't do surgery on gallbladder but on urinary bladder.
Besides, I always remind my fellow human beings on how to live a long happy life by practicing universal healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession.
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Best wish. .. Always. ...Read more
Depends upon problem: Urologist or associate will take detailed medical history followed by physical examination including genitalia & possibly a digital rectal exam. Urine sample will be requested. Possibly uroflow test, possible an ultrasound examination, depending upon problem. Don't leave before all questions have been answered or at least UR aware of any plans such as diagnostic tests or possible surgery. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Surely, you will be professionally and courteously cared with detailed history-taking so to define why you go to see and what may cause your problems in genitourinary tract + physical exams including skillful DRE (digital rectal exam) to palpate your prostate and to inspect & palpate your penis, scrotum, and its contents + tests such as UA, residual urine or. .. ; then discuss what is found & plan ...Read more
Several steps.: Cystoscopies are commonly office procedures. You will be asked to undress, put on a gown, then lie on table or chair. Your groin is prepped with antiseptic solution. A numbing gel may be placed in your urethra. A cystoscope will be placed into the bladder by the urologist; the initial entry is the most uncomfortable part. Irrigating fluid will enter your bladder. You may get an antibiotic. ...Read more
Here are some...: Like going to see any doctor, you will be greeted and registered with inquiry about your general health, the health of urinary/genital tract, insurance policy, etc. And wait. At seeing the urologist, s/he will go over the above as needed, and delve deeper into your urology-related question, and then inspect and palpate the whole external genitalia (penis + scrotum + its contents), and do DRE... ...Read more
Here are some. ..: What you may expect may include: register in correctly stressing payment; obtain detailed general and GU-history; review voiding pattern; do physical exam focusing on genital-urinary tracts; do urinalysis from properly collected urine and residual urine, others such as PSA, ? testosterone, etc. Depending upon your age and clinical conditions; and others as needed. More? Ask urologist timely. ...Read more
Yes: Some urologists will do an appropriate evaluation. Others will just make the diagnosis and begin therapy without attempting to find out the cause -- which is potentially dangerous. If you have any question, see an endocrinologist before beginning therapy. ...Read more
Patients with spinal cord injuries are prone to many urologic complications. The bladder's function after sci varies based on the level of injury, and management of good emptying at low bladder pressures is key.
Kidney stones are more common in sci patients as a result of bone demineralization from disuse of lower extremity muscles.
Academic medical centers are well versed in managing sci bladder. ...Read more
UROLOGIST: Get on line and find one in your area. Many general practitioners also treat it. ...Read more
Relax: Discuss your problem as thoroughly as possible. Ask questions about the urologists suggestions and recommendations. If a diagnostic or surgical procedure is suggested (it will most likely be scheduled for another time) ask questions about risks, benefits and complications. ...Read more
Not a problem: This does not sound serious.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am trying to locate a urologist for a second opinion....Concerning venous leakage diagnosis...?
Venous leak: Venous leak is a rare cause of erectile dysfunction. Diagnosis is generally made by eliciting a history of lifelong ed and then proving that arterial insufficiency is not present. You will need to see a urologist with expertise in ed and the ability to perform penile duplex doppler and possibly cavernosography/ cavernosometry - very specialized tests. ...Read more
My urologist asked me to do a void diary for 2 weeks. Is it bad that I have peed 19 times since 8:30am.
Frequency: It really depends on what you are drinking for fluids too, but 19 times seems high. ...Read more
If I think I may have a problem with my kidney then is it a urologist that I would need to book to see?
Kidney problem: If you have a disease such as diabetes or hypertension, affecting your kidneys, you may have better treatment seeing a nephrologist. If you have a problem with your bladder or an obstruction of your ureters, you will need to see a urologist. Ask you physician (P)to help answer your question correctly, as your P knows you best of all. ...Read more
Went to urologist got test ever thing came back negative in still having a discharge can some one help me?
Does your child have to be referred to a urologist? If you as a parentwant further testing with a specialist?
If erectile disfunction does not get examinted by a urologist or "fixed" will it get worse, harmful, or effect sex more in the future?
Depends: It all depends upon the cause. If the cause is a medical condition like diabetes, nervous system disorder, depression or some medication then erectile dysfunction will get worse. If the cause is psychological then reassurance and cooperation by the sex partner helps improve the dysfunction. Seeing a urologist is generally not necessary. Your family physician can take care of most cases of ed. ...Read more
What kind of tests are done to test ejaculatory function? Details please. Not sure what to expect at urologist with issues with ejaculation.
Could there be an underlying cause/alternative diagnosis for frequent UTIs? Is it worth seeing a urologist if you get UTIs easily and frequently?
Recurrent UTI: Could there be an underlying cause/alternative diagnosis for frequent UTIs? Is it worth seeing a urologist if you get UTIs easily and frequently? ANS: always and you need to find out why u r having this. It may destroy your kidneys. See your Dr. First and explain your Hx and ask for evaluation of the cause by your team or a urologist. ...Read more