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Urology deals with all matters relating to the urinary and reproductive systems of both men and women.

Such diseases are most often caused by the following symptoms

- Bloody discharge in the urine

- Problems with urination

- Erection weakness

- Unaccustomed discharge from the urethra

- Pain in the crotch and lumbar region

- Accelerated ejaculation

- Urinary incontinence

- Severe urination (itching, pain and burning)

In the presence of all these symptoms it is recommended to visit a urologist who has a high experience and experience that allows you to put the most accurate diagnoses and choose the right treatment therapy. In our clinic, it is precisely such specialists who will not be able to treat even the most complicated pathologies.


Treatment is carried out such diseases as

- Urethritis

- Funicular and colliculitis

- Chronic and acute cystitis

- Chronic and acute pyelonephritis

- Urolithiasis pathologies

- Adenomas

- Tumors and cysts of the bladder and urethra

- Neoplasms of the prostate

- Infertility (male)

- Inflammation of the epididymis (epididymitis)

- Inflammation of the testis (orchitis)


Consultation of a urologist is performed by asking the patient for all the ailments associated with the genitourinary organs, and then begins the examination. The method by which treatment will be treated depends on the sex, age of the patient and the complexity of the pathology.

When the patient is a man  urologist studies a scrotal, a penis, a condition of inguinal lymph nodes. In the presence of acute prostatitis, the examination can provide some painful sensations.

When the patient is a woman urologist studies the condition of the ureter and bladder. An examination is performed on the gynecological chair and it is quite painless.


Diagnosis is performed by urologists of our clinic with the help of radiography, urethroscopy and cytoscopy, ultrasound diagnosis (bladder, abdominal meanness, pelvis and prostate gland) and biopsy.

In the treatment actively take physiotherapy, ultrasound and laser therapy. Medical treatments are also prescribed which, in combination with physiotherapy procedures, guarantees complete recovery and minimizes the risk of relapse.