Urology Tests - Types of Test, Costs, Symptoms, Procedure, Benefits and More..

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Urology is that branch of medicine which deals with the issues that occur in male and female urinary system. Human urinary system consists of kidneys, bladder, ureters and urethra. Urology also deals with issues of male organs that are part of male reproductive system including penis, prostate and scrotum. Urinary tract and reproductive tract are often connected so problem in urinary tract can hamper the functioning of male or female reproductive organs.

Urology is generally a surgical speciality but other than surgery a urologist is a professional that has knowledge of medications of paediatrics, gynaecology and other parts of the general health care.

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The common blood tests that an urologist would be performing would include testing for the low testosterone (low T) in the men. The Other tests that are included: The Creatinine and the blood urea nitrogen (BUN) tests that would assess the kidney function and thus, by checking for the creatinine and any BUN levels in your bloodstream.

The test is called your Urinalysis. The urinalysis test is understood to be the most common urine test which would test for the bacteria, any foreign materials, and your blood cells. This test would be able to determine any urinary tract infections, the diabetes, and even early stages of diseases.

There are different tests that will be done to check your urinary system is it’s functioning as well as possible. These tests vary from the simple blood test to any invasive procedures.

It is important for you to see the urologist and determine if the Hematuria is either benign or also cancerous, and the treatment that would be needed.

The flexible cystoscopy takes about time of 5 minutes. Some local anesthetic jelly could be inserted into the urethra which helps in preventing any infection and reduces any discomfort.

There are many possible causes of the blood in your urine. Your Bloody urine may owing to the kidneys and different parts of urinary tract, for example: Cancer of your bladder or kidney, along with Infection of bladder, the kidney, the prostate, and urethra.

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