Urology is the surgical speciality dealing with diagnosis and treatments of the reproductive organs. At Bizrahmed we offer expert treatments for all Urological conditions with a particular speciality in Andrology. In Bizrahmed we have world-class specialized urologists who have many years of global experience in performing thousands of surgeries and advising you of the most appropriate treatment options to achieve the best possible outcome.

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Kidney Stone

The kidneys of urine are the solid form of solid crystals made up of minerals, proteins and salts found in urine, which are inserted into the kidneys or urinary tract. Usually, stones are formed when the urine condenses and causes the minerals to stick together and clear.

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Kidney Tumour

The kidneys are organs made of beans and are paired. They are found in the lower abdomen, one on each side of the vertebral column. The kidneys do this by filtering out toxins in the blood and thus securing urine. When the kidneys are affected by cancer, they lose the ability to filter blood and therefore a person’s health is affected. In cases where the cancer is dangerous (stays in one place), minimally invasive surgical procedures and other drugs are used and in cases where the cancer is worse (spreading to the tissues), Bizrahmed offers urology-treatment of organ and organ removal, this is also combined with various other strategies to get the best results.

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Overactive Bladder

Another muscle organ in your pelvis, which stores urine. The bladder has specific internal muscles that align and allow urine to flow through the urethra. The excessive bladder is a common condition in which you may feel a sudden urge to urinate, resulting in loss of urine by engaging in the urine. An overactive digestive tract occurs because of non-invasive muscle contractions.

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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) also called enlargement of the prostate gland is a common condition as men grow older. There has been an increase in the incidence of cancer in the size of the prostate gland. The enlarged prostate gland can squeeze urine – a tube that drains urine and semen outside the penis and creates uncomfortable urine symptoms such as obstruction of urine from the bladder.

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Bladder Pain

The urinary tract is made up of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Infection of any structure is referred to as urinary tract infection. Women are at greater risk of developing UTI because of their shorter urine compared to men. UTI that affects the bladder is painful and when it reaches the kidneys it causes serious infections.

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Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is the second most common type of cancer, after prostate cancer, which grows in the urothelial cells in the bladder, which is a muscular organ in the lower part of your stomach that stores urine. Bladder cancer usually affects older men. Prostate cancer develops after some cells in the urothelial tissue begin to grow abnormally after certain cell mutations, eventually forming a tumour.

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Urinary Incontinence

Inability to hold urine is voluntary urination or any uncontrolled leakage of urine. Loss of control of the bladder is also a common problem and shame. The severity of the condition lies in the occasional leaky urine when you cough or sneeze so that you have a sudden and strong urge to urinate so you can’t get to the toilet on time.

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Prostatitis

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) also called enlargement of the prostate gland is a common condition as men grow older. There has been an increase in the incidence of cancer in the size of the prostate gland. The enlarged prostate gland can squeeze urine – a tube that drains urine and semen outside the penis and creates uncomfortable urine symptoms such as obstruction of urine from the bladder.

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Urinary Tract Infection

UTIs are common diseases that occur when bacteria, usually from the skin or rectum, enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract.

Urinary tract infections (UTI) infections in any part of your urinary system – your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urine. Most infections involve the lower urinary tract – bladder and urine.

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Urethral Structures

The narrowing of the urethra is usually caused by inflammation of the tissue or the presence of red tissue. Severe injury is a common trauma to what can lead to urethral congestion as well. Men with penile implants, and younger boys undergoing hypospadias surgery to deal with underdeveloped urine, have a higher chance of increasing urethral stiffness. 

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Testicular Pain

Pain in the testicles occurs when the testicle rotates, twisting the sperm that brings blood to the vagina. Reduced blood flow causes sudden and often excruciating pain and swelling Testicular pain often requires urgent surgery. If treated immediately, the testicles can be stored. But when the blood flow stops too long, the testicles can be so badly damaged that they need to be removed. Our team of Urologists specializes quickly in urology emergencies that show great pain in the tent or bag and this helps with the availability of all the latest radiological investigations and laboratory.

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Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer affects the prostate gland, a walnut-like gland in men responsible for producing gastric juice. The causes of cervical cancer and the type of gene can be traced to your abnormal prostate cells. Genetic mutations in abnormal DNA cells cause the cells to grow faster. Prostate cancer diagnosis begins with the digital rectal examination (DRE), and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening to detect prostate infection, inflammation, enlargement, or cancer.

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Urine Flow test

The Uroflow diagnostic test tests the speed and flow of your urine. Speed ​​is measured with a computer while the flow rate is calculated as millilitres of urine passed per second. The device can measure both the flow rate and the maximum flow rate, as well as the closing time, or urination. You should come to our clinic with one that is well stocked. If possible, do not free yourself for a few hours before the test. If you are on the lookout for urology doctor in Dubai, Bizrahmed is one of the top urology clinics in Dubai offering world-class services and late-night bookings to ensure your privacy.

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Frequent Urination

Frequent urination should not be ignored as it may indicate conditions such as urinary tract infection, diabetes, benign prostatic hyperplasia or other prostate-related problems. Waking up in the middle of the night to urinate is called nocturia, and in severe cases, sufferers may need to get up to relieve themselves. An enlarged prostate occurs when a man’s prostate gland grows slowly as it grows Some men have symptoms and some do not. The exact causes are unknown.

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Hematuria

Hematuria is a condition in which there are red blood cells in the urine. There are two types: ‘visible microscopic’ and visible microscopic hematuria. Microscopic hematuria refers to a rare find, usually found in urine tests performed as part of a standard medical examination. hematuria perhaps will prompt you to see a doctor because of its appearance.

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Cystoscopy

A cystoscopy is a procedure used to provide visual access within the bladder and urethra. In this procedure, the patient may be placed under local or general anaesthesia. After that, the doctor will insert a small, thin tube with a camera into the urethra to the bladder. In some cases, the doctor may perform minor procedures or take samples from the bladder and/or urethra and send it to a laboratory for testing.

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Circumcision in Men

Circumcision is a common procedure for most male children born in the UAE. The procedure can be performed immediately after birth and in any year thereafter. The procedure is usually performed under local anaesthesia, but for a child older than a few months, it should be performed under general anaesthesia providing excellent circumcision for men. Circumcision means the removal of the foreskin, or prepuce, that covers the glans penis

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Bed Wetting

Continued drowning of the bed for more than three or four years rarely indicates a kidney or other kidney problem. Getting out of bed can sometimes be related to sleep problems. In many cases, it is because the development of one child’s control is slower than normal. Getting out of bed can also be the result of a conflict with the child’s emotions that need attention.

Frequently Asked Questions

When you see a urologist, he can perform various urology procedures to diagnose and treat urinary conditions.

  1. Vasectomy

Vasectomy is a surgical procedure used to permanently control male birth defects. During this procedure, the doctor cuts the sperm supply by cutting and sealing the vas deferens, which carries sperm to the testicles.

  1. Vasectomy Recovery

Vasectomy modification is not a guarantee that a man can conceive a child. Certain features are essential for successful retrieval. Microsurgical techniques used to repair vas deferens.

  1. Cystoscopy

Cystoscopy is a urology procedure that allows a urologist to examine the lining of the bladder and urethra. A tool called a cystoscope is inserted into a vein and directed to the bladder. The cystoscope is made up of a long thin tube with a lamp and a camera at the end.

The urethra - the tube that carries urine to your bladder and penis - passes through the middle of the bladder. When the prostate presses on the urethra, you may have trouble passing urine. This may include initiation problems (urinary incontinence), incomplete urination, or weak urine circulation.

It usually takes at least 10 days for your penis to cool down after circumcision. You will probably be advised to take at least one week off work to recover. You do not need to tell DVLA if you have been regularly circumcised. You should avoid having sex for at least four weeks after your surgery.

Take an appointment with your doctor if you urinate more often than usual and if:

• The problem interferes with your sleep or daily activities

• You have other urinary problems or anxiety symptoms

Contact your doctor as soon as possible if you experience frequent urination with any of these signs or symptoms:

• Red or brown urine

• Painful urination

• Pain in your side, lower abdomen, or pain

• It is difficult to urinate or remove the bladder

• Water supply

• Take cranberry juice to prevent urinary tract infections

• Reduce your intake of salt and caffeine.

• Stay within a reasonable weight

• Choose a non-smoking lifestyle

• Strengthen the pelvic muscles.

• Encourage children to urinate before bed.

• During the night hours, drinking fluids should be moderate.

• To prevent injuries young boys are recommended to use sports cups

• Avoid constipation

• Exercise regularly

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