Urological consultation is recommended for all people experiencing disturbing symptoms affecting the urogenital system. After conducting tests, the urologist can diagnose, among others diseases of the kidneys, bladder, ureters, urethra, and external genital organs. Quick diagnosis allows for the implementation of appropriate treatment that will bring the desired results in the shortest possible time.
A urological consultation begins with an interview with the patient about existing ailments, current diseases, and medications taken. The next step is a physical examination. It is typically performed in a lying position, but sometimes a patient may be asked to stand up. Depending on the situation, it may be necessary to book the patient for a procedure or conduct further tests and consult their results with a doctor.
Men over 50 should visit a urologist and have their prostate examined at least once a year. However, it is worth carrying out regular tests at a younger age. Moreover, a urological consultation is necessary in case of symptoms such as:
A urological consultation allows for a thorough diagnosis of the urinary bladder, ureters, and kidneys. The urologist may also perform an ultrasound of the prostate gland. Ultrasound is an imaging test that allows for the assessment of internal structures in the body. It is a safe and painless procedure with no additional risk to the patient.
The key element of a urological consultation is a conversation with the patient, but in the diagnosis of many diseases, it will also be necessary to perform an ultrasound examination of the urinary system, which we perform in our clinic. During the consultation, your doctor may perform an ultrasound examination to assess the condition of your kidneys and bladder. Our patients can also undergo an ultrasound of the prostate gland, which has a significant impact on the functioning of the urinary system. These types of tests are also an important element of prostate cancer prevention.
Urological consultation in Gdańsk in our clinic includes, among others: analysis of the patient’s general health condition in the context of problems with the reproductive and urinary systems. For this reason, it is worth preparing medical documentation. Blood and urine tests will be particularly important. During the medical interview, you should inform the specialist about the medications you are currently taking. Since the urologist may perform a rectal examination or prostate ultrasound, you should ensure proper hygiene. In some cases, it is recommended that the patient have a full bladder as this allows for a more accurate examination.
Many factors influence the final cost of a visit to a urologist – prices in our clinic usually range from PLN 200 to PLN 250. This amount depends on whether it is a urological consultation with or without an ultrasound examination. More information can be obtained from our specialists – please contact us to discuss additional issues and arrange an appointment.