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  • What are penile implants and how much do they cost?

    If non-surgical management is not effective to treat Erectile Dysfunction, there is another very effective option: a penile prosthesis.

    A penile prosthesis or a penile implant, is a device that can be used to effectively treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and if implanted by an experienced surgeon, can last at least 15 years with regular robust use.

    The technology and engineering over the last 30 years has come a very long way indeed and have gone under numerous engineering advancements. These have made implants an effective permanent solution for the sexual satisfaction for a man and his partner.

    Advancements have also meant a penile implant is a very safe option. The device is made of bio-compatible silica that the body won’t reject. It is coated in an antibiotic solution so the risk of infection is very low.

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  • What does a Urologist do and how can they help me?

    Simply put, a Urologist is a specialist who knows all about two parts of the human body: the male and female’s urinary tract and the male’s reproductive organs.

    If you’re experiencing symptoms that are aren’t quite right in these areas, or worse, pain, a Urologist can help by investigating and reaching an accurate diagnosis.

    Here’s just a few of the areas where a Urologist has expertise in and can help with:

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  • A male vasectomy is a permanent type of contraception for men that involves severing the vas deferens tubes so that sperm can no longer be transported from the testes.

    A successful procedure should not interfere with the patient’s enjoyment of sex with a partner. However, there are a number of things men or couples should consider before proceeding. Here are a few of them.

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  • Kidney stones are essentially salts in the urine that have formed into solid crystals, and it’s safe to say they are usually not a pleasant thing to experience.

    There are several types of kidney stones. Calcium stones – formed when calcium combines with either oxalate or phosphate – are the most common. Symptoms can range from none at all, to illness, fever and severe pain that requires hospitalisation. Complications can include urinary tract and kidney infection, and permanent kidney damage.

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  • Just as all prostate diseases are not the same, it seems that not all prostate cancers are either. Studies undertaken in Cambridge and Stockholm have identified five different sub-types of prostate cancer – a finding which could enable healthcare practitioners to develop targeted and personalised prostate cancer treatment plans for their patients.

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