We spoke with an expert in diagnosing and treating prostate cancer, Mr Petr Holy, to discuss the condition and what causes it. In this article, we find out whether there are any warning signs of prostate cancer and where there are any lifestyle habits that can prevent it. Find out everything you need to know.
Despite its name confirming the fact that it isn't particularly dangerous, benign prostate hyperplasia can be quite problematic. Mr Rono Mukherjee, a consultant urologist and expert on this condition, describes the advantages of UroLift® as a treatment option.
STIs (sexually transmitted infections) are very common. In fact, about 20% of people in their 20s have experienced an STI. Usually, patients will first go straight to a GP or sexual health clinic for symptoms. However, if first-line treatment doesn’t work, patients may be referred to a genitourinary specialist (a urologist who also looks after the sexual reproductive system) to investigate the cause.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can happen when the wrong bacteria enter the wrong places. But how can you prevent this? It’s a matter of understanding and monitoring risk factors, which I’ll explain along with the quickest ways to get rid of UTIs.
Peyronie's disease: what is it and how does it affect men's health? In our latest article, expert urologist, Mr Sudhanshu Chitale, analyses the commonly suffered condition.
Mr Philip Charlesworth is a renowned urologist in the London & Berkshire area who is one of the leaders in the field with his dedication to prostate cancer and radical prostatectomy. He explains this effort and the importance of the newer technology he is using to save lives.
Prostate cancer affects roughly 1 out of 8 men at some point in their lifetime. However, the chances of beating it are fairly high when it is diagnosed early. Consultant Urologist, Tim Dudderidge outlines the treatment options for men with this condition.
Mr Mathias Winkler is an expert in prostate cancer screening. In this article we found out if a 'prostagram', will ever become available for those who are faced with the risk of this disease. Ideally, it would be similar to how a mammogram works for females who screen for breast cancer. Find out how far away we are from having a more accurate and effective test, and discover more on what the latest innovations are for this diagnostic test.
Pelvic pain is usually felt below the belly button. It can feel mild or severe and may occur quickly and unexpectedly. Mr Kasra Saeb Parsy is a highly experienced urological surgeon, he predominantly treats prostate issues in men.