Varicocelectomy is a procedure that's performed to remove a varicocele, an enlarged vein that develops inside your scrotum. Like varicose veins elsewhere in your body, varicoceles allow the blood in the vessels to flow backward, resulting in pain and other symptoms, and sometimes causing problems with fertility. Varicocelectomy uses minimally-invasive techniques to remove the diseased vessel and relieve symptoms.
A frenulum is a piece of skin or tissue that connects one part of your body to another. The band of tissue that connects the underside of your tongue to the bottom of your mouth is one example of a frenulum. A frenulum also exists on the penis just below the glans, or head. Its role is to connect the foreskin to the penis. Sometimes when the frenulum is too short, it can cause significant pain and other issues during erection. Frenulectomy is a minimally-invasive procedure to remove this band to eliminate painful symptoms.
Urodynamic testing is an evaluation that's used to measure your urine flow and the health of your bladder. It's often used in people who have symptoms of incontinence to determine the underlying cause.
Incontinence can be caused by many factors, including muscle atrophy, nerve damage, weight gain and hormonal imbalances. Treating urinary incontinence begins with a complete evaluation using state-of-the-art testing to determine the underlying causes of incontinence so the most appropriate and most effective treatment can be identified. Treatment options can include lifestyle changes, exercises, medication and surgery when needed.
Yes, we offer safe, effective circumcision for males of all ages, as well as circumcision revision procedures to help you feel more comfortable and improve aesthetic issues that can develop when a circumcision is not performed fully or correctly.
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