It is recommended to see a urologist if you are experiencing any urologic symptoms or conditions, such as:
Blood in your urine: If you notice blood in your urine, even if it’s just once, it’s important to see a urologist to rule out any serious underlying conditions.
Urinary incontinence: If you are experiencing urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, a urologist can help determine the cause and develop a treatment plan.
Painful urination: If you are experiencing pain or discomfort while urinating, it’s important to see a urologist to determine the cause and receive appropriate treatment.
Erectile dysfunction: If you are having difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection, a urologist can help diagnose and treat the underlying cause.
Kidney stones: If you have a history of kidney stones or are experiencing symptoms such as pain in your side or back, nausea, or blood in your urine, a urologist can help diagnose and treat the condition.
In general, if you have any concerns about your urologic health or are experiencing any symptoms related to the urinary tract or reproductive organs, it’s important to see a urologist for a proper evaluation and treatment.