Urology

Urology is the arm of medicine revolving around the operations and illnesses of the male and female urinary system, also being associated with the reproductive organs. The urinary system is made up of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The urinary system, also known as the renal system, is responsible for eliminating waste from the body as well as regulating electrolytes, blood volume, blood pressure, and blood pH. The kidneys filter the blood, allowing waste to pass down the ureters and into the bladder as urine.

The Urology Center Of Excellence at Medway Hospitals is staffed by competent urologists who are established in diagnosing and treating the most difficult of urological disorders. Incontinence treatment coupled with cancer therapy in cases of bladder cancer, prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, and cervical cancer are also effectually performed by the team of medical experts at the facility, to restore fertility.

The distinguished team of urologists at Medway Hospitals are highly skilled and diverse. Their vast reserves of in-depth knowledge allow patients to participate in cutting-edge procedures and treatments available only in very few medical and healthcare centers in India.

The wide range of urological ailments treated and remedial procedures offered at Medway Hospitals comprise:

  • Nephrectomy/ Percutaneous Nephrostomy (PCN) insertion for severe infertility

  • Kidney stone emergency operations such as shockwave lithotripsy and ureteral stenting employing a Double J, i.e., DJ stent

  • Organ transplantation

  • Evaluation and treatment of male infertility

  • Circumcision Vasectomy

  • Torsion of the testis and testis saving emergency surgery

  • Congenital urological issues that are present right from birth, such as patent urach

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FAQ'S

The frequency of urination varies widely, but most healthy people go to the bathroom four to eight times a day. Urinating more frequently or waking up at night to go to the bathroom can indicate a health problem or simply that you are drinking too much before or before bed.
The best way to avoid urinary problems is to maintain good general health habits, including regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding tobacco, excess alcohol, and caffeine. You should also avoid foods or substances that remove water from the body, called diuretics.
Urologists treat the surgical and medical procedure of both male and female urinary tract including bladder, kidney, ureter, and prostate.

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