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Urology -jaipur

Urology is a medical speciality that focuses on diseases of male and female urinary tract that includes kidneys, urinary bladder, ureters and urethra and male reproductive system that includes penis, testis, scrotum, prostrates ect. You can visit a urology hospital in Jaipur.

Who Is an urologist?

An urologist in Jaipur is a highly skilled and trained doctor who deals with urological health issues. Urologists diagnose and treat urinary tract problems in men and women and also deal with men's reproductive systems. 

What Does an Urologist Treat?

Urologists treat and diagnose a wide variety of diseases in men and women's urinary tract and men’s reproductive system.

In men urologist deals with conditions like:

  • Cancers of Bladder, kidney, penis, testicles, prostate. 
  • Prostate enlargement
  • Erectile dysfunction 
  • Painful bladder syndrome 
  • Kidney stones
  • Prostatitis
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Varicoceles. 
  • Scrotum enlargement 

In women urologists treat:

  • Bladder prolapse 
  • Bladder, kidney and adrenal gland cancers
  • Interstitial cystitis
  • Hyperactive  bladder
  • Kidney stones
  • Urinary incontinence 
  • Urinary tract infections

Sometimes in children also urologists treats conditions like:

  • Bed-wetting
  • Blockages in urinary tract
  • Undescended testicles. 

If you are suffering from any above condition ,it is advisable to consult one of the best urologists  in Jaipur  at Apollo Spectra Hospital for treatment.

When Should You See an Urologist ?

If you are experiencing the following  symptoms , you should seek immediate medical attention:

  • Reappearing urinary tract infections
  • Blood in the urine 
  • Painful urination
  • Constant urge to urinate
  • Unable to empty the bladder 
  • Leakage of urine
  • Slow urination
  • Bleeding in the prostate
  • Pain in the lower back and side.
  • Decrease sexual desires

You can also visit Apollo Spectra Hospital, Jaipur.

You can also call at 18605002244 to book an appointment.

How is the diagnosis done for urological issues?

Diagnosis of urological conditions is done by urologist through:

  • Physical examination: your urologist will ask you about the symptoms you are experiencing, your past medical history with similar problems and reviews of your past medical test.
  • Imaging tests : CT scan, MRI scan and Ultrasound for inner view of the affected organ. 
  • Cystogram: it involves x-rays of the bladder.
  • Cystoscopy – This is performed to treat and diagnose problems of the urethra and urinary bladder.
  • Ureteroscopy – An endoscope with a longer tube is required in this procedure. This is performed to treat and diagnose problems of the kidney and ureters.
  • Urodynamic testing : to measure the pressure and volume inside the bladder.
  • Urine sample and blood tests: to check for any internal microbial infections 

What are the treatment options available for urological conditions?

Depending upon the severity and type of condition, treatment can be non-surgical or surgical. 

Non-surgical treatment 

Medications: medicines are given for less serious problems or in the initial phase of any condition when you have mild symptoms to reduce pain and inflammation.
Behavioural training: it involves doing some exercises involving pelvic muscles to treat problems that make it difficult to hold urine.

Surgical procedures

  • Cystoscopy – This is performed to treat and diagnose problems of the urethra and urinary bladder.
  • Ureteroscopy – An endoscope with a longer tube is required in this procedure. This is performed to treat and diagnose problems of the kidney and ureters.
  • Prostate biopsy: a tiny tissue sample from the prostate is taken to test for cancer.
  • Nephrectomy: this is the procedure to remove kidney to treat kidney cancer .
  • Vasectomy: vas deferens(tube that carries the sperm)  is cut to prevent insemination. 
  • Cystectomy: procedure to remove bladder to treat cancer
  • Kidney transplant
  • Prostatectomy: procedure to remove the prostate to treat prostate cancer. 


Men and women face many health issues after their 40s. Urological issues revolve around men’s and women’s urinary tract and men’s reproductive tract. Many of the issues can be resolved by consulting an experienced urologist near Jaipur or near you. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and diet can be helpful in avoiding urology related issues.

What is Urological Endoscopy?

Endoscopic surgeries are done as a better alternative to open surgeries. These surgeries require more minor cuts and minimal insertion into the body. An endoscope is a skinny, long, flexible tube with an attached camera used to diagnose and treat urological problems. This surgery causes less trauma to the patient and usually takes an hour to perform.

What is urine incontinence?

Urine incontinence is a term for the loss of control over the urinary bladder (which temporarily stores urine), in such cases even sneezing can lead to sudden urination. The act of urination involves nerve signalling and urinary muscles (urinary sphincter). When the bladder gets full, nerve signals contract the muscles of the bladder wall, and this results in passing of urine via urethra.

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