Urological diseases are malfunctions in the human genitourinary system, which have a negative effect on important functions of the body, affecting, for example, the kidneys or causing infertility. They can concern people of different ages and genders. The area of professional competence of the urologist includes the treatment of adenoma, prostatitis, genital infections, pyelonephritis, urolithiasis, congenital anomalies of the genitourinary system in children.
The factors behind the occurrence of such ailments are different. In young men and women, inflammatory processes of the reproductive organs are often encountered, when medical treatment of urological infection with special drugs is required. Among such pathologies are cystitis, urethritis, orchitis and others. Older people often suffer from age-related disorders. This is an adenoma or problems with urinary incontinence. Here, surgical methods of treatment come to the fore.
In order to minimize the risks of developing diseases, it is important to monitor your health and, if there are "alarm bells", immediately consult a doctor. For example, if the following symptoms are troubling:
• prolonged pain in the lower abdomen, in the lumbar region;
• burning and itching when urinating or frequent urge to use the toilet;
• discoloration and odor of urine;
• uncharacteristic discharge from the urethra, etc.
In most cases, at the initial stages of the development of the disease, it can be eliminated with medication. However, only a doctor has the right to prescribe drugs after studying the tests and making an accurate diagnosis.