The London Clinic, 120 Harley Street, London, W1G 7JW
If you’re about to see our Consultant Urologist Mr Mark Feneley for the first time, you might be wondering what to expect. It’s common to feel anxious or embarrassed about discussing urinary problems, but Mr Feneley will ensure that you feel as comfortable as possible. It can also be helpful to be aware of the kinds of things that you might discuss.
 


Your First Visit to an Urologist

When you see an urologist for the first time, you should expect to spend some time discussing your health and your reasons for visiting. If you have been referred by your GP, then the urologist will get a good idea of what’s going on from the referral letter. However, it’s still important to talk to you about how you’re feeling. The doctor may need to perform a physical examination, run some tests or ask for a urine sample.

Questions Your Urologist May Ask

When you see consultant urologist Mr Mark Feneley, he may need to ask you various questions to learn more about your health. It can be helpful to consider the answers to these questions before your visit so that you know what you want to say. You might want to make some notes so that you don’t forget anything. It is also helpful to bring in any medication you’re taking.
You might be asked some or all of the following questions:
  • What symptoms have you noticed, when did they begin and have they changed over time?
  • What is your lifestyle like? Do you smoke, drink alcohol, eat a healthy diet, drink plenty of water, or get regular exercise?
  • How often do you urinate and is there any pain or difficulty passing urine? Have you noticed any changes in colour, cloudiness or unusual smells?
  • Do you have any other health problems or are you taking any kind of medication, supplements or herbal remedies?

Questions to Ask Your Urologist

It’s important for you to understand your diagnosis and treatment options. You can ask your doctor anything or tell him about any concerns you have.
Some common questions for urologists include:
  • Could this problem be related? It’s worth mentioning any unusual symptoms, even if you don’t think they have anything to do with your urological condition. Even issues such as stress can be relevant.
  • What lifestyle changes can I make to relieve my symptoms?
  • What is the purpose of the test or treatment you’ve recommended?
  • How soon should I start to feel better?
  • Is this a side effect of the treatment? Your doctor should warn you about common side effects, but it’s a good idea to mention any other issues as they could be related.
  • How serious is my diagnosis?
If you’re ready for your first visit to see consultant urologist Mr Mark Feneley then get in touch to make your appointment.
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