Delray Beach

A Urologist treats infections of the urinary tract of both men and women and also treats reproductive problems in men.

Diseases which affect the human body can be detected through the urine analysis. Doctors of ancient times observe the urine's color, texture, and odor to make a preliminary diagnosis. Today in modern medicine, a whole arm of medical science called urology has been dedicated to the study of the urinary tract as well as how to treat any disease of the genitourinary system. Just like any other branch of medical science urologists also have specializations. Some urologists are specially trained to treat conditions in men and women while others treat urinary problems in children. Whatever your sex maybe you can easily find a Urologist in Delray Beach, Florida who can help you.

When to visit a Urologist

Do you :

  • Suddenly develop a frequent urge or need to urinate?
  • Having blood in your urine
  • Have a dull pain in your lower back, around the waist or the abdomen?
  • Have urine leakage from your sexual organ?
  • Have trouble urinating?
  • Feel pain or develop a burning sensation during urination?
  • Have weak urine flow, dribbling?
  • Most times your primary care doctor will refer you to a Urologist when the need arises. However, if you answer a yes to any of the above questions, then it's essential that you visit a Urologist immediately.

    It is also vital that you see a urologist if you’re a man and you’re experiencing any of these symptoms:

  • A lump in the testicle
  • A decreased sexual desire
  • Erectile dysfunction, i.e., inability to get or keep an erection.
  • This is because urologists are trained to treat the above reproductive problems in men.

    Where can I find a Urologist?

    Urologists in Delray Beach are trained and certified by the American Board of Urology. So when you visit one, know that you are in safe hands.