Gastroenterology

Treatment of problems and ailments affecting the Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate and Urethra.

About

Urology – One of the best ways to determine if you need a review by one of our Urologists, is by identifying your symptoms along with your GP. Your GP can then decide if a consultation with us is required.
Our Urologists do their best to offer you the most effective and suitable treatment based on what symptoms you are experiencing or underlying Urological condition you may have. They can be non-surgical and/or surgical treatments which can be discussed with you during your consultation.

Conditions

Urge Incontinence or Over Active Bladder (OAB)

A frequent need or urge to urinate and difficulty in holding on.

Stress Incontinence

When your bladder leaks urine during physical activity or exertion.

Overflow incontinence

Frequent small urinations and constant dribbling of urine due to the bladder being unable to empty completely.

Dysuria

Painful or burning when urinating.

Nocturia

Needing to wake up one or more times during the night to urinate.

Haematuria

Presence of blood in the urine.