Even though it is a popular procedure, there may still be some essential questions that people are wondering about a vasectomy. To help answer these questions, renowned consultant urologist Professor Francis Chinegwundoh has provided clear explanations.
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.
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.
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.
Hydrocele presents as swelling in the scrotum because of excess fluid in the lining of the sack. We asked one of our leading urologists Professor Francis Chinegwundoh MBE whether this is a dangerous condition and what kind of treatment may be required.
Research has shown that black men have a higher risk of developing prostate cancer. Professor Chinegwundoh discusses how the charity Cancer Black Care provides support to the all ethnicities with a focus on the BAME community.
1 in 8 men in the UK will receive a diagnosis of prostate cancer in their lifetime. The prostate is a male gland located between the bladder and penis, surrounding the urethra. The prostate grows in size with age and its main purpose is to help make semen, which is the fluid that carries the sperm. Professor Francis Chinegwundoh MBE, a renowned urologist, explains how prostate cancer can be diagnosed with a transperineal prostate biopsy.
UroLift is an attractive option for men with an enlarged prostate gland (also known as BPH) who are experiencing urinary difficulties. It is suitable for most men where tablets are not effective in improving the urinary flow. Renowned consultant urologist Professor Francis Chinegwundoh explains: