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Urology & Sexual Health

Urology and sexual health

Our experienced doctors at Medical Express Clinic can diagnose and treat male disorders affecting the reproductive organs and urinary system. Urological health issues may affect the adrenals, ureters, urethra, prostate, bladder, kidneys, or male reproductive organs such as the penis, seminal vesicles, testes, and epididymis. Sexual health, kidney stones, UTI, and prostate issues are under one branch of medicine.

When you visit us for a consultation with our GP, the doctor will examine you, ask about your concerns or symptoms, and make the necessary recommendations. Depending on your symptoms, this may include blood or urine testing, scans or other imaging, ultrasounds, and x-rays. If a referral is necessary, the GP will arrange for it, and in most cases, you can see the specialist on the same day.

Our urology services

Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the loss of control of the bladder. There are two types:

Stress incontinence – the accidental leakage from the bladder due to sneezing, being surprised, or laughing.

Urge incontinence – feeling an immediate need to urinate, that cannot be ignored.

We provide treatment for incontinence using tibial nerve stimulation. During the procedure, the healthcare professional inserts a small needle into the ankle, stimulating the tibial nerve connected to the bladder to relieve symptoms and improve quality of life.

Erectile dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction, also called impotence, is a common sexual disorder in men, especially as they grow older. Medication is a treatment option for ED, but surgery is also available. The treatment plan will depend on the type of ED, including if other treatments were successful in the past.

Peyronie’s disease

In about 10% of men, fibrous scar tissue (plaque) or hard lumps can form within the soft penile tissue, causing abnormal curvature, swelling, pain, and ED. This condition is known as Peyronie’s disease, and the changes can occur suddenly. The treatment option includes injectable treatment administered every six weeks to remove the plaque and aid its breakdown.

Male hormone replacement

Testosterone is an essential hormone in the body. Its reduction in the body can have severe side effects, including a loss of libido, infertility, depression, osteoporosis, loss of muscle mass, and fatigue. Hormone replacement therapy can be administered carefully, usually as injections or in gel form.

Vasectomy or vasectomy reversal

If you want to have a vasectomy or vasectomy reversal, a consultation with a urologist who specialises in this microsurgery is important. Our urologists have some of the highest success rates for vasectomy and vasectomy reversal and perform hundreds of these procedures yearly. In the rare event of complications, they can take the necessary steps to ensure a positive result.

If you have concerns about the issues above, contact our clinic to book an appointment with our experienced urologist for expert care. We also offer care for kidney and prostate health, urinary problems, and sexual health testing. Our experienced male doctors are available for same-day appointments and offer referrals and prescriptions.

Call Medical Express Clinic on 0207 499 1991 to schedule an appointment with our doctor or if you have questions about our services.

Frequently asked questions

Yes, you can. You can request a male doctor when you call us to book an appointment. We always have male doctors to see you, but if one isn’t available for the time you need, we will inform you and offer other available times.

No, you shouldn’t. You should come to the clinic as soon as possible to have it checked. Most testicular lumps are benign, but this is usually the main early sign of testicular cancer, which you shouldn’t ignore.

A common symptom of bladder cancer is blood in the urine. Blood in the urine (haematuria) can occur for many reasons, but you shouldn’t panic if you experience this. Ensure you get checked by a GP as soon as possible.