When to see an urologist
You may consult an urologist if you have problems such as:
- Urinary tract infection, kidney stones and bladder infections
- Painful urination
- Male infertility problems, such as low sperm count and sperm abnormalities.
- Erectile dysfunction or ejaculatory problems
- Blood in the urine or Hematuria which could be an early sign of a bladder or kidney cancer.
- An increase in PSA levels or a change in PSA, the most sensitive indicator of prostate cancer.
- Any abnormality such as small nodules or irregularities in the prostrate
- Any defect or abnormality of the kidney revealed by your X-ray/ USG/CT Scan.
- A testicular mass or continuous pain in testicles.
- Erections problems and men's health issues.