There are a range of possible causes of blood in the urine in men whether it's a problem with the prostate, kidneys or bladder. The most important thing is that you visit your doctor for a urine test so that they can refer you to a specialist if need be for further investigation. Read more from our expert urologist on the possible causes of haematuria.
Seeing blood in your urine is almost always an sign of an underlying problem and should be investigated. Professor Francis Chinegwundoh MBE, one of our top urologists based in London, explains what might be causing it and the investigations you may have to go through.
You may be wondering about the best way prostate cancer should be treated and what the latest innovations are for this condition. We recently got in contact with the highly established consultant urologist, Mr Mathias Winkler, to find out the answers to your frequently asked questions related to this disease. In this article, he shares his expert advice.
Erectile dysfunction is a common condition, which may be caused by either physical or psychological reasons. The good news is that it's completely treatable! Read more from our expert urologist Professor Francis Chingewundoh MBE on all of the treatment options available to ensure you get your sex life back on track.
Urinary tract stones are hard masses that form in the urinary tract that cause severe pain and bleeding and can block of the normal flow of your urine. In his latest article, Mr Sam Datta explains why urinary tract stones form, their symptoms and what treatment is available to help get rid of them.
HoLEP is the operation of choice for men with large prostates causing obstruction to their urine flow. Senior consultant urologist, Mr Andrew Ballaro provides us with an overview of this minimally invasive procedure and what you can expect during the operation and recovery.
Peyronie's disease has the potential to greatly impact a man's sexual life. Learn about the causes, risk factors and treatment from Mr Jalil, an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of the condition.
A vasectomy is an effective form of male birth control, rendering a man sterile. It is offered to men who are very certain they don’t want to father (more) children in the future. Professor Francis Chinegwundoh from London, answers some of the most frequently asked questions by men considering undergoing this procedure.
UTIs are common in women and aren't usually anything to worry about; but for men, they are not normal - particularly if they are happening frequently. Mr Sam Datta, a top consultant urologist explains the differences in UTIs between men and women.
If your surgeon has you scheduled for robotic-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RALP) to treat your prostate cancer, you may be wondering what to expect on the day of surgery and during recovery. One of our highly experienced urological surgeons Mr Aidan Noon explains everything that you need to know.