Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Also known as BPH, Benign Proastic Hyperplasia is a common condition where the prostate is enlarged. This needs monitoring to assess what treatment is required.

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Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, and while it mostly affects older men, young men can still develop it. It can be treated but is important to be diagnosed early.

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Prostatectomy is the partial or incomplete surgical removal of the prostate gland. These are often carried out laparoscopically and is something we specialise in.

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Men’s Health Check

For a health check to give an overall review or address any concerns, we can undertake a number of tests but this is tailored to each individual patient.

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Erectile Dysfunction

A condition in itself or a symptom of an underlying disease, ED is the inability to obtain or sustain an erection. It is important to see a doctor to treat the cause and not just the symptom.

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Ejaculation problems

Premature, delayed or retrograde ejaculation are embarrassing but common conditions in men. There may be biological or psychological reasons for these and we can help to assess the cause.

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Foreskin Problems

There are two conditions that may cause problems with the foreskin, but it can be operated on under local or general anaesthetic to make it more comfortable to retract.

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A Vasectomy is a surgical procedure carried out to stop a man being fertile. It should only be considered by men who are certain they don’t want any more children.

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Vasectomy reversal

A vasectomy can be reversed through two different surgical techniques, but it is not always fully effective. This is a procedure that is not provided on the NHS.

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Men – Catheter Problems

Urinary retention has two forms: acute and chronic. In both a person experiences difficulty passing urine, but an acute case is a medical emergency.

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Testicular Lumps

Any changes, discomfort or swelling in testicles should be checked out quickly by a medical professional. They could be something like a cyst, but it is important to rule some conditions out.

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Varicoceles are harmless but can present with symptoms of discomfort. As with most conditions, it is important to get it checked out to rule out other conditions.

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Testicular Cancer

While relatively rare, testicular cancer is more commonly seen in young men, and often presents with a painless lump in the testis. It is highly treatable and curable.

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Male Infertility

To assess whether infertility you are experiencing is related to male or a combination of causes, a thorough evaluation is required – these can often be aided or resolved.

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Men – Urinary Tract Infections

Causes of UTIs in men can be down to a number of factors such as urinary stones, infections or diabetes. Professional advice should be sought to ensure that the correct treatment is provided.

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Male Incontinence

There are different types of incontinence that each have their own causes. A combination of treatments may be needed, but any underlying cause is also important to identify and treat.

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A hydrocele is a collection of fluid in the scrotum. It can occur in all ages, and may be uncomfortable but is often not serious. Treatment such as surgery may be required.

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Penile Cancer

Penile cancer is a rare form of cancer, often affecting men over 50 and has different types, occurring in the skin or inside of the penis. Surgery is often required.

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Men – Bladder Diverticulum

A bladder diverticulum is a pouch in the bladder wall, that men are more likely to develop later in life and is often related to a swollen prostate. It can be treated with surgery.

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Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s Disease can cause the penis to become curved when erect, due to scar tissue, which is called plaque. Surgery may be required to remove this.

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Whilst in hospital, I was highly impressed by the co-operation between consultant Mr. Pillai, anaesthetist, doctor and registered nurse, all of which was specifically aimed at securing the most appropriate treatment for me, the patient. All with whom I came into contact were kind, helpful, understanding, highly professional in their approach, and meticulous in their attention to detail.

– PC, Manningtree