plen 01506 333 129 Mon - Sat: 8.30 - 17.00
Broom House, Quarrywood Court, Livingston EH54 6AX
plen 01506 333 129 Mon - Sat: 8.30 - 17.00
Broom House, Quarrywood Court, Livingston EH54 6AX

Urology Clinic

Private Urologist in Livingston KAL-Med

Urology – deals with the prevention and treatment of diseases and pathologies of the genital system, which is directly connected to the urinary system.

The organs of the urinary system include:

  • kidney
  • ureter
  • urinary bladder
  • urethra
The organs of the urinary system include:
  • The outpatient clinic treats diseases :
  • Diseases of the male genital organs / prostatic hyperplasia
  • Other diseases of the urinary system / urethritis
  • Other disorders of the kidney and ureters / urinary tract infections
  • Urolithiasis / urolithiasis , kidney stones
  • Tumors of the male genital organs
  • Cancers of the urinary tract / kidney cancer, bladder cancer
  • Varicose veins of the seminal vas deferens
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Kidney cysts
  • Erectile dysfunction
Diagnostic tests include:
  • Trans-abdominal ultrasound,
  • laboratory tests (PSA),

Outpatient clinic activities include:

  • qualification for surgical treatment
  • care of patients after urological procedures
  • education on diseases of the urinary system

The prostate (prostate gland, prostate) is a small, round organ the size of a chestnut, which is located under the bladder and surrounds the urethra in men, which escapes from the bladder. Its main function is to assist in the production of semen (sperm). Younger men tend to have inflammatory conditions of the prostate gland, while in men over 50 years of age the predominant symptoms are those associated with enlargement (hypertrophy) of this organ. These will be – benign prostatic hyperplasia (prostatic adenoma) and malignant neoplasm – prostate cancer. The prostate, by enlarging its size, puts pressure on the urethra, which runs through the gland parenchyma and thus causes urination disorders.

Urinary incontinence – contrary to popular belief, urinary incontinence is not just a symptom of aging with which one must come to terms. This problem even affects young women, especially those who have undergone natural childbirth. Statistically, it is faced by one in three women. Urinary incontinence is an ailment that also affects men and can manifest itself in many ways, not all of which are obvious. The problem usually develops slowly, and the first warning sign is usually the need to urinate even when the bladder is not full. Another is occasional urine leakage, such as when sneezing or coughing heavily. If you notice the symptoms mentioned above, it is advisable to visit a urologist. In the initial stage of treatment, the patient should keep a diary and a questionnaire to determine the extent of the problem and fine-tune treatment.

 When should you go to a urologist?

The most common complaints that may indicate urogenital disease include:

  • pain when urinating
  • changes in the urine (hematuria, proteinuria, pus in the urine, foamy and/or dark colored urine),
  • changes in the amount of urine passed (too little urine passed or urinating more than 7 times a day)
  • urinary incontinence (often accompanied by flare-ups)
  • a sensation of pushing on the bladder
  • pain and/or discomfort after injury in the lower abdominal area
  • itching and/or burning of the urethra
  • changes in the appearance of the penis (including redness, swelling)
  • pain and/or swelling of the testicles
  • lower back pain
  • recurrent swelling of the legs

The occurrence of any of the listed symptoms should be consulted with a urologist. The first part of a visit to a specialist is a medical history. In order for the urologist to make a proper diagnosis and/or refer the patient for additional tests, it is necessary to tell the doctor about all the complaints, the circumstances of their appearance and occurrence. In addition, you should give the doctor a list of medications you are currently taking, including dosage. The doctor may also ask about past illnesses in the family (whether there have been cases of cancer, urinary tract problems, etc., among relatives).

Our Doctors

Price List

Urology Clinic

Consultation & examination£ 150
Consultation & examination with ultrasound scan£ 190
Extended visit: up to 30 minutes (research overview, creating a treatment plan)£ 150
Skin swab (in addition to the visit)£ 40
Prescription / fit note (only for KAL-Med patients)£ 50
Circumcision with histopathological test£ 1750
Frenulectomy£ 1000
Cystoscopy£ 700
Hydrocele puncture/ drainage£ 1100
Dorsal incision (operation plastica penis)£ 1000
Removal of lesion from genital area (penis, scrotum)different techniques
from £200 for a signle lesion
Urethral Swab£ 120

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