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A urologist treats urinary tract infections (UTIs), bladder and kidney cancer, bladder problems, kidney blockage, and kidney stones. Additionally, men might also consult for erectile dysfunction. UTIs are affecting 150 million people each year worldwide and is said to be some of the most common bacterial infections. The availability of urologists per population is scarce in developing countries where one urologist is available per 2.3 million people while in the more developed countries the ratio is one urologist available to 2,189 population. In such a scenario it is a good idea to adopt online video consultation available from trusted platforms like Careever. A woman may consult a Urologist if she has urinary incontinence, kidney stones, or blood in the urine, while men consult a urologist if they have blood in the urine, kidney stones, difficulties in urinating, or increased levels of Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA). If you experience any such condition or any of your family members has been recommended surgery by your family doctor book an appointment to consult our experts now. We at Careever are available for consultation at affordable rates. Our experts are available anytime for the following subspecialties.
- Endourology and endourologic surgery
- Urologic surgery
- Urologic oncology and urologic oncological surgery
- Urogynecology and urogynecology surgery
- Reconstructive urologic surgery
- Minimally-invasive urologic surgery
- Pediatric urology