Urology is a branch that studies the causes of diseases of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra (in men and women), testes, penis, prostate (in men), the mechanisms of their development, and their diagnosis and treatment. The urologist provides consultations, diagnosis, treatment and recommendations for prevention of urological diseases.
Consultation of an urologist is recommended:
in case of any urinary disorders (including blood in urine and urinary incontinence);
if a urinary tract infection is suspected (including sexually transmitted diseases);
in case of erectile dysfunction;
if there is pain in the side or lower abdomen;
if a couple has been infertile for more than one year.
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