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  • in Bladder, Videos

    Transurethral Resection (TUR) for Bladder Cancer

    Transurethral Resection (TUR) for Bladder Cancer Transurethral resection (TUR) of the bladder is a surgical procedure that is used both to diagnose bladder cancer and to remove cancerous tissue from the bladder. This procedure is also called a TURBT (transurethral resection for bladder tumor). General anesthesia or spinal anesthesia is often used. ...
  • in Prostate, Videos

    Holmium Laser Enucleation Of The Prostate

    Holmium Laser Enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP) is a modern alternative to the standard Transurethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP) procedure for bladder outflow obstruction due to BPH. It requires a short period of hospitalisation and an anaesthetic. A catheter (a tube which drains the bladder) is also needed for 1-2 days until the urine...
  • in Prostate, Videos

    Transurethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP)

    What is a transurethral resection of the prostate or TURP? A transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is a surgical procedure that removes portions of the prostate gland through the penis. A TURP requires no external incision. The surgeon reaches the prostate by inserting an instrument through the urethra (the narrow channel through which uri...
  • in Prostate, Videos

    TURis Plasma Vaporization

    Where and what is the Prostate Gland? The Prostate gland is at the base of the Bladder and surrounds the urinary passage (urethra). The normal function of the gland is to produce some of the seminal fluid, which is expressed with ejaculation. How does the gland cause trouble? With increasing age, the prostate gland enlarges...
  • in Bladder, Patients

    Urinary Incontinence

    Incontinence can be divided broadly into the following types but 90% of patients suffer from stress and/or urge incontinence: Stress incontinence – leakage during periods of abdominal pressure (coughing, sneezing, lifting, straining). Urge incontinence – leakage which follows an irresistible urge to pass urine. Mixed incontinence –...
  • in Bladder, Patients

    Urinary infection (adult)

    What should I do if I think I have a urinary infection? If you have pain in the bladder area (pictured below), pain when passing urine, a need to urinate frequently or urine that is dark or strong-smelling, especially if you have a fever of 38ºC or more, you should contact your GP for further...
  • in Bladder, Kidneys, Patients

    Urinary infection (child)

    What causes a urinary infection? Urinary infection occurs when bacteria enter the the urinary tract via the bladder and multiply to cause an infection. In children, bacteria may move from the bladder to the kidney(s), as a result of ureterovesical reflux. Is a urinary infection important or serious in children? Urinary infections can make children...
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Blood in the semen (haematospermia)

    What should I do if I have blood in my semen? If you see blood in your semen, you should contact your GP for further advice although it is unlikely that there is a worrying underlying cause Your GP will normally provide reassurance about blood in the semen. Most GPs will perform some simple, baseline...
  • in Bladder, Patients

    Blood in the urine (haematuria)

    What should I do if I have blood in my urine? If you see blood in your urine, with or without symptoms of cystitis, you should contact your GP immediately for further advice Your GP will normally investigate blood in the urine as a matter of urgency. Most GPs will perform some simple, baseline tests....
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Erectile Dysfunction (impotence)

    What should I do if I have problems with impotence? Your GP will normally wish to review both you & your partner together and several visits may be needed before a full picture of the problem can be obtained. Following initial discussions, it is not unusual for some couples to decide not to pursue any...
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Fertility problems

    What should I do if I have fertility problems? If you have been trying unsuccessfully to produce a pregnancy for 1-2 years, without using any form of contraception, you should contact your GP for further advice. Your GP will normally wish to review both of you initially. Further investigations may reveal that only one partner...
  • in Patients

    Tight foreskin (phimosis)

    What should I do if I have a tight foreskin? If you are unable to retract your foreskin fully, especially if it becomes red or painful, you should contact your GP. If a tight foreskin has been retracted and cannot be brought forward again, you should seek urgent treatment in your local hospital In adults,...
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Testicular lump

    What should I do if I have a testicular lump? If you find a lump inside the scrotum, not arising from the skin of the scrotum itself, you should contact your GP immediately for further advice To feel for testicular lumps, it is best to examine yourself when you are warm and relaxed (e.g. after...
  • in Patients

    Testicle missing

    What should I do if I have a testicle missing? If you or your child have a testicle which is not in the normal (scrotal) position, you should contact your GP for further advice. Your GP may be able to find the missing testicle by simple examination. He/she will also be able to advise you...
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Raised PSA

    What should I do if I have a raised PSA? If you have a raised PSA or you have been told that your prostate feels abnormal, you should contact your GP or your urologist for further advice. PSA (prostate-specific antigen) is a small protein molecule which is released from the prostate gland into the bloodstream....
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Prostate Symptoms

    What does the prostate gland do? The prostate gland lies just beneath the bladder and is normally about the size of a chestnut. The urethra (water pipe) runs through the middle of the prostate. The main function of the prostate is during your reproductive life. It produces fluid containing chemicals which nourish sperms to help...
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Premature ejaculation

    What should I do if I have premature ejaculation? If your ejaculation is earlier than desired (before or soon after penetration) with minimal stimulation and you have little control over it, you should consider seeking further advice from your GP. What are the facts about premature ejaculation? Premature ejaculation is usually lifelong (i.e. it usu...
  • in Patients, Prostate

    Male menopause

    What should I do if I have male menopause symptoms? If you have any combination of the symptoms below, you should seek further advice from your GP. The preferred term for the male menopause (sometimes called the andropause) is Androgen Deficiency in the Ageing Male (ADAM). The symptoms of ADAM are non-specific and may include:...
  • in Kidneys, Patients

    Kidney stones

    What should I do if I think I have kidney stones? If you have pain in your loin, especially if you also have other urinary symptoms or features suggesting an infection in your urine, you should contact your GP for further advice. Whilst kidney stones may cause pain in the loin with radiation down into...
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