Artificial urinary sphincter procedure
This controls the flow or urine from your bladder, giving you greater control of your continence.
Balanitis is a skin irritation on the head of your penis. This can affect men and boys.
Bladder and flow problems
Difficulty starting or stopping urination; a weak flow or feeling like you’re not able to fully empty your bladder.
Bladder stones/extraction of bladder stones
Bladder stones are hard lumps of minerals that can form inside your bladder when it's not completely empty.
Continence care and pelvic floor muscle exercises
Continence problems can be effectively managed with bladder retraining and pelvic floor muscle exercises.
An examination to look at your internal organs using an instrument called an endoscope.
Dilation of the urethra
A procedure to stretch the sides of your urethra. It’s usually carried out to help improve the flow of urine.
Is a common problem for men over the age of 40 and means that you can’t get, or keep, an erection.
Excision of urethral diverticulum
This procedure removes a pocket, sac or pouch which can develop in your urethra, causing symptoms such as frequent urinary tract or bladder infections, pain when you urinate or an overactive bladder.
Fixation of testis
A procedure to fasten an undescended or twisted testicle back into its normal position.
When your urine can’t flow (either partially or completely) through your ureter, bladder or urethra due to an obstruction.
A procedure to relieve a tight frenulum (the small fold of tissue under your penis).
Insertion of prosthesis testis
A testicular prosthesis replaces a testicle which is missing, or has been removed, from the scrotum.
Insertion of suprapubic catheter
This is a flexible, hollow tube which drains urine from your bladder. You might have a catheter fitted if your urethra has been damaged.
Kidney stones/ureteric stones
Waste products in the blood can occasionally form crystals that collect inside your kidneys.
Lower urinary tract symptoms
A group of clinical symptoms involving the bladder, urinary sphincter, urethra and, in men, the prostate.
Surgery to manage stress urinary incontinence in men.
Mid-urethral fascial sling
Surgery to manage stress urinary incontinence in women.
This surgery is used to correct a curvature of the penis, caused by Peyronie’s Disease.
Painful bladder syndrome
Also known as interstitial cystitis, this condition causes pain and discomfort in your bladder.
This includes prostate cancer diagnosis, prostatitis and benign prostate enlargement, prostate MRI and biopsy.
Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by a bladder infection.
This is a type of x-ray used to get detailed images of your kidneys and ureters.
Excision of lesion of scrotum
Surgical removal of a lesion on your scrotum.
Ureteroscopic/laser extraction of stones
A ureteroscopy is a procedure that investigates the ureter and kidney. A specifically designed scope can be used to remove stones during this procedure.
A caruncle is a benign growth, usually at the back of the furthest end of your urethra. It’s most common in post-menopausal women.
A urinary fistula can be an abnormal opening between urinary tract organs that process urine and carry it out of your body (kidneys, ureter tubes, bladder, urethra).
Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs)
A UTI can affect any part of your urinary system including your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra.
Urodynamic studies (UDS) test how well the bladder, sphincters, and urethra hold and release urine. These tests can show how well your bladder works and why there could be leaks or blockages.