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.