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Treatments

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction Problems with erections are very common and often easily treated. The principles of management are to diagnose and treat any causative systemic diseases, identify any reversible precipitating factors such as smoking, and identify cardiovascular risk...

Incontinence

Incontinence Incontinence is a common and very troubling problem. It has many causes ranging from a simple urinary infection to complex congenital abnormality and neurological diseases. Quite often diagnosing the cause is fairly easy and it is unlikely you will require any...

External Genitalia Problems In Men

External genitalia problems in men Foreskin problems Foreskin problems can occur at all ages. The most common problems are skin abnormalities which may require medical treatment or biopsy, and a tight foreskin known as phimosis. Phimosis in young children is generally...

Bladder Problems

Bladder Problems Bladder problems Overactive Bladder Overactive bladder is the urological term for the symptom complex of urinary frequency, urgency (the need to rush to the toilet due to a sensation of needing to pass urine that is difficult to defer), and urge...

Prostate Problems

Prostate problems Prostate problems Prostatic symptoms are common in men over the age of fifty. The same symptoms can be caused by both benign enlargement of the prostate and prostate cancer, so it is important to seek an asessment. The cause of the majority of prostate...

Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones All about kidney stones When a kidney stone becomes lodged in the ureter, which is the muscular tube that drains urine from the kidney to the bladder, it may cause serere pain called renal colic. This pain has historically been compared in intensity to that...

Blood In Urine (Haematuria)

Blood in the urine (haematuria) Visible blood in the urine always requires investigation. It may be a result of a number of problems, ranging from infection to cancer, although sometimes no cause is found. Early investigation is important, and a CT scan and endoscopic...

Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infections Urinary tract infections are common in certain population groups. Some infections need no investigation and when isolated may be considered harmless, in other clinical circumstances urinary infections can be serious and a sign of significant...

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