The Institutes of Urology & Andrology offers a full range of treatment options for complex urologic disorders and diseases. The institutes have super specialists trained in Urology and Gynecology, offering advance urologic treatments for bladder disorders, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. In addition, the institutes offer state of the art treatment options including Robotic-assisted procedures, laparoscopy, slings, pelvic reconstruction, urethral re-implants that ensure faster recovery, minimal blood loss, and less scarring; all of which enables patients to return to their daily routine much faster than conventional methods.
Male urological problems such as erectile dysfunction, prostrate, varicocele and testicular cancer are treated with microsurgical techniques which offer better recovery. The institutes excel at managing pediatric urological problems, and the team offer many conservative surgeries. All urological cancers including bladder, prostrate, testicular, penis, and ureter are treated by our collaborative care teams; offering high-end treatment options.
We also offer comprehensive Urological care for congenital disorders, stone disease, urological cancers, incontinence, infertility, erectile dysfunction etc. Comprehensive Urological services in the form of Lithotripsy, Endo-urology, TURP and laparoscopic urological surgeries are routinely performed.
Urology – Facilities
The Urology specialty has all the necessary equipments including urodynamics machine, lithotripsy, Laser machine, flexible laparoscopic instruments etc. The hospital has specially trained technicians for assisting in the office and surgical procedures.
Andrology is the medical specialty that deals with Male health, Evaluation of Male fertility (Ability to have children) and Potency (Ability to have intercourse)
Evaluation and treatment of Male fertility (Ability to have children)
1. Semen Analysis
2. Hormonal evaluation
3. Doppler ultrasound evaluation for varicocele
4. Antisperm antibody testing
5. Strict criteria morphology (Krueger)
6. Sperm viability testing
7. Specimen preparation for intrauterine insemination (IUI)
8. Sperm cryopreservation
9. Surgical sperm retrieval by PESA/TESA/TESE/Micro dissection TESE
10. Assessment and medical treatment for male sexual problems
11. Sperm processing trials for planning for IVF cycles
Evaluation and treatment of Potency (Ability to have intercourse)
Sexual problems belong to the group of conditions known as psychosomatic disorders, in which the body expresses the distress via a symptom, such as low libido. Symptoms can be the result of physical (somatic) and/or psychological/relationship factors.
All psychosexual problems can be “primary”, meaning that the problem has been there since the start of sexual experience, or “secondary”, when there was a period of normal functioning before the problem began.
The most common male sexual problems are:
1. Premature ejaculation
2. Erectile dysfunction.
3. Peyronie’s disease
4. Low libido
5. Ejaculation problems including retrograde, delayed and painful ejaculation.