A patient could also be mentioned a urologist for treatment of a variety of conditions:

Urinary tract infections (UTIs): These often arise when bacteria migrate from the alimentary canal to the urethra. Symptoms include abnormal urination, pain, incontinence, nausea, vomiting, fevers, and chills. It mostly affects women.

Incontinence: A malfunction within the urogenital system can cause involuntary loss of bladder control. In women, this might result from a weakening of the pelvic floor muscles during pregnancy.

Male infertility: this will result from damage to the male reproductive tract and a spread of sperm disorders. One common cause is varicoceles, an enlarged vein within the sac beneath the penis. Surgery can sometimes help.

Kidney disease: Damage to the kidneys can cause swelling within the hands and ankles, high vital sign , and other symptoms. If the kidneys not work effectively, this is often renal failure . Ultimately, it are often fatal.

Renal transplantation: an individual may require kidney transplants following renal failure .

Urologic oncology: Treatment of cancers that relate to the urological or male genital system , like bladder cancer and prostatic adenocarcinoma .

Bladder prolapse: when the tissues and muscles of the pelvic floor are not any longer ready to support the organs within the pelvis, the organs can drop from their usual position.

Cancers: the bladder, kidneys, prostate , testicles, and the other cancer that affects the urogenital system or, in men, the genital system .

Enlarged prostate: Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) affects around 1 in 3 men over the age of fifty years. An overgrowth of cells within the prostate causes the urethra to constrict, resulting in problems with urination.

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