As you may know, a urology doctor in Dubai is a specialist in diseases of the urinary system. Urologists are trained to diagnose and treat problems with male reproductive organs, bladder control, kidney stones, blockages or tumors of the urinary tract, prostate cancer treatment and erectile dysfunction treatments. These doctors also specialize in female pelvic health care for conditions like incontinence or prolapse.

Reasons to visit a urologist include:

– Blood in the urine

– Frequent urination that is not due to a full bladder or drinking too much liquid. This could be caused by an infection, kidney stones or tumor of the urinary tract.

– Painful urination or pain during intercourse (burning) which can indicate problems with the prostate gland and its ducts on men, cysts on women’s ovaries , polyps inside your urethra , certain sexually transmitted diseases like herpes . If you notice any discomfort when having sex it is always best to visit a doctor so he/she can determine what exactly is causing this discomfort.

Conditions treated by a urologist include

– Congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract

– Erectile dysfunction

– Frequent urination due to an overactive bladder, diabetes or other medical conditions. This could be caused by kidney problems affecting your kidneys’ ability to filter waste products from your blood. If you notice that you are struggling with frequent need for urinating but there is nothing wrong with how much liquid you drink try seeing a urologist so he/she can determine what exactly is causing this discomfort.

Urologists also hold a specialty in treating female pelvic conditions. Sometimes they work together with gynecologists who provide specialized infertility treatments and surgeries such as hysterectomies (removal of uterus).

Common tests that a urologist may perform include:

– Digital rectal exam (DRE)

– Ultrasound — uses sound waves to make images of the body and test blood flow. This is done using an ultrasound wand, which is similar to a microphone with a small rod attached. This device can be used on the abdominal and pelvic areas and it is painless.

– Cystourethrogram (CUG)

– Voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG) — this is very similar to CUG but it is done after you have urinated. It involves inserting a catheter into the bladder to help the doctor see the inside. This test helps your doctor determine if there are any abnormalities in kidney flow, problems with bladder control or stones blocking the ureter that connects the kidneys to the urinary bladder. This test may also be used to diagnose urinary tract infections.