If you have sexual problems, even if it doesn’t seem serious, it’s important to see a urologist. Some conditions can often be treated quickly and easily, and if it’s something more serious, the earlier it’s detected, the better your chances are of getting a positive result and making a full recovery.
Do Not Hesitate!
While it is difficult to talk about sexual problems, they are an important part of your overall health and should be monitored by a certified urologist. A urologist can accurately identify and diagnose a problem, determine its severity, and recommend the best treatment options for your health problem, the better chance you have of treating and reversing it before it becomes a major problem.
If you notice any of the following 10 signs, we recommend that you consult a urologist.
Erectile dysfunction: Erectile dysfunction or ED is the inability to get or keep an erection. In addition to affecting sexual performance, it can also reveal serious underlying medical conditions such as vascular disease, high blood pressure, or kidney failure. Talk to your doctor about erectile dysfunction, and he may recommend medications like Cenforce Soft, Tadalista 20, or Suhagra 100.
Blood in Urine: You should see a urologist immediately if you notice any blood in your urine as it could be a sign of bladder or kidney cancer.
Testicular pain: If you are experiencing constant pain in your testicles and doesn’t get better for several weeks, it’s time to see a urologist as it could be a sign of testicular disease.
Abnormal prostate exam: If you find a hard, small, or unusual nodule in your penile region, you should see a urologist to diagnose your condition and talk about treatment, if needed.
Painful or difficulty urinating: Urinating problems are a common symptom of the aging process, often caused by an enlarged prostate gland. Painful urination is usually caused by bacterial infection. Visit a urologist if you experience any of these.
Kidney abnormalities: If your doctor finds anything unusual on your abdominal X-ray, you should see a urologist.
Male infertility: Although rare, male infertility can be a sign of testicular cancer and should be evaluated by a urologist immediately.