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Should You Be Worried About Blood in Your Urine?

If you notice blood in your pee, it is important to see a doctor as it could be a sign of something serious. However, you should try not to worry too much while you are having investigations. One explanation may be that you have a simple urinary tract infection that can easily be treated. The doctor may prescribe antibiotics right away to try and clear the infection. In some cases, additional haematuria investigations may be needed to check for possible causes.

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Should You Ask Your Doctor About Testosterone Deficiency?

Our bodies change a lot as we grow older, but help is available to counteract some of the changes that happen because of a drop in our testosterone levels. If you’ve been experiencing fatigue, problems with sexual function and libido, depression or lack of concentration, it could be a good idea to have your testosterone levels checked. Your doctor might be able to prescribe testosterone deficiency treatment to restore your hormone levels and relieve these symptoms.

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Blood in your Pee?

Visible blood in the urine is abnormal, and needs urgent urological investigation. This key message is simple, but extremely important. If it is ignored, serious underlying urological disease can be missed, and delay in diagnosis can have a very significant impact on treatment. Read More

“UroLift” – A New Treatment for Prostatic Enlargement without Sexual Side Effects

The Prostatic Urethral Lift Procedure involves “pinning” back the side lobes of the prostate, thereby opening the channel for passing water, without the need to remove any tissue. Often it can be done under local anaesthesia, though at this stage, it is also often done with a general anaesthetic. The “pins” are placed using a specifically approved device, called “UroLift”, and remain in the prostate after the operation. The operation has not been carried out extensively in the UK, however this may be an option for men wishing to preserve ejaculation. Read More

Know the Right Treatment for Scrotal Lumps

Scrotum and scrotal lumps

The scrotum is a loose skin sac situated behind the penis. It holds the testicles which form part of male reproductive system, and they are suspended in their position by the spermatic cord. The testicles are responsible for sperm and testosterone production and they require a cooler temperature than the inside of human body for optimal function. Scrotal lumps can develop at any age. Whenever you feel a lump or swelling, you must immediately seek medical attention in case of any serious underlying condition. Read More

Get Reliable BPH Surgery and Treatment in UK

Benign prostatic hyperplasia       

The prostate gland is situated under the bladder and surrounds the first part of the urethra, the tube through which urine passes. The prostate is about the size of walnut and as men age, it grows in size.  This growth is called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and is mostly harmless, but since the enlarged prostate compresses the urethra, the flow of urethra can be affected. When symptoms become bothersome, your urologist may prescribe medications.  When medications are ineffective, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) surgery may be the option to treat the enlargement. Read More