What are the warning signs of a urinary tract disease?
Warning signs of a urinary tract disease include problem urinating, a weak urine flow, pain or burning sensation while urinating, frequent urge to urinate, urine leakage, odour in urine, change in colour of urine, blood in urine, or pain in the sides/pelvis/lower back.
What are the indicators of a disease related to the male reproductive tract?
Indicators of a disease related to the male reproductive tract include trouble maintaining an erection, lump in the testicular region, or decreased sexual desire.
Are Urology surgeries different from a general surgery?
Urology surgeries can range from open surgeries to minimally invasive surgeries. The minimally invasive urology surgeries are relatively painless, have small incisions, lower risks, and quicker recovery time.
Are there any risks or complications associated with Urology surgeries?
The risk involvement in urology surgery depends on how invasive the surgery is. Some possible complications include reaction to anesthesia, infection at the wound site, to other risks depending on the nature of the surgery.
Will I need to be hospitalised for after a Urology surgery?
Yes, depending on the nature of your surgery, the hospitalisation period could range from 1 day to 1 week.