Urology & Sexology

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Sexologists are specialists in human sexuality and hold specific knowledge and skills. They study people's sexual behaviors, feelings, and interactions, and assist them to reconcile any issues they have about their sexual experiences, to improve their lives.


Urologists diagnose and treat diseases of the urinary tract in both men and women. They also diagnose and treat anything involving the reproductive tract in men. In some cases, they may perform surgery. For example, they may remove cancer or open up a blockage in the urinary tract.


Most urological problems have sexual sequelae. The majority of unexplained urological symptoms have a psychosexual background, many urological interventions have sexual consequences and the urologist is often confronted with patients having sexual dysfunctions. For the urologist, it is, therefore, necessary to learn basic sexological skills and to implement cooperation with specialists in sexual medicine in daily urological practice to prevent somatization of psychosexual problems, to provide effective care, and to improve patient compliance.


•    Erectile dysfunction
•    Lack of sexual desire
•    Andropause, Partial Androgen Deficit of the Aging Male (P.A.D.A.M)
•    Premature ejaculation
•    Anejaculation, anorgasmia
•    Fertility problems
•    Minimal invasive sterilization (Vasectomy without scalpel)
•    Diagnostic examination of the bladder (cystoscopy)
•    Resection and ablation (destruction) of the prostate with lasers or heat
•    Removal of bladder tumors
•    Treatment of bladder and kidney stones
•    Circumcision
•    Vasectomy
•    Hydrocoele (water on the testis)
•    Removal of the prostate, kidney, or bladder for cancer
•    Removal of kidney for stone or infection
•    Diversion of urine into a stoma (ileal conduit or bag)
•    Reconstruction of the bladder following its removal
•    Reconstruction of the urethra (water passage) after damage (urethroplasty)
•    Penoscrotal Tissue Correction (Penoscrotal Tissue Correction / Ventral phalloplasty)
•    Scrotoplasty (Scrotal stretching)
•    Micropenis Treatment
•    Curvature and/or pain (Peyronie) during erection treatments
•    Various surgical procedures used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence)
•    Procedures used to treat premature ejaculation
•    Procedures used to correct circumcision and circumcision defects

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