Urology Services in Tijuana
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Circumcision | $2,000 USD
Circumcision is when the foreskin is surgically removed. It’s a very common procedure in the US, parts of Africa and the Middle East. Circumcision can be used to treat balanitis, balanoposthitis, paraphimosis and phimosis. Paraphimosis is one of the main reasons why men choose to opt for a circumcision, as it means that the foreskin cannot return to its original position. Phimosis is also very common, which is the inability to retract the foreskin. Getting a circumcision can offer many benefits- including a decreased risk of penile cancer and the reduced risk of sexually transmitted diseases.
Vasectomy | (20 min.)
A vasectomy has to be performed in a medical facility. In one method, two incisions are made to access the vas deferens which are on either side of the scrotum. In another, a hole is made to access both tubes. Either way, the process from this point is very much the same. The tubes are cut and sealed. A vasectomy is often performed under local anaesthetic. A vasectomy is a very effective and permanent way for you to prevent pregnancy from occurring and it doesn’t have any long-lasting effects on performance or sexual activity. A vasectomy is also much safer when compared to female sterilisation.
Vasectomy reversal is a procedure where a man can then go on to father children naturally. The surgery is most effective when it is performed soon after the initial procedure and in most cases, excellent results are achieved. The pros of vasectomy reversal include the fact that it is a permanent solution to male fertility, and it eliminates the need for IVF or sperm extraction. The recovery takes just a few weeks, and it is a great way for you to reverse your initial decision, whatever the reason.
Prostate Cancer Screening
There are so many benefits of going to a prostate screening and we are proud to say that we make the whole process as easy and as comfortable as possible. Some of the benefits of screening include the fact that you can find out if you have a cancer that is at a high risk of spreading. This means that you can get the cancer treated before it goes on to affect other parts of the body. Some men also prefer to know whether or not they have prostate cancer or not, so it puts their mind at ease.
There are many different prostate conditions, but the main one that men over the age of 50 tend to suffer with is prostate enlargement. One out of three men over this age have some signs of prostate enlargement. It’s not known why the prostate gets larger as you age, but it is not caused by cancer and it certainly does not increase your chances of developing it either. Signs of an enlarged prostate include difficulty starting urination, a weak flow of urine, feeling as though you can’t empty your bladder and prolonged dribbling after urination. Prostatitis is another condition but isn’t as common.
Usually, there are no symptoms of kidney disease. This is especially the case in the early stages. It may only be diagnosed if you go for a blood or a urine test. If you have a more advanced stage of kidney disease then you may feel tired, have swollen hands/feet and you might also feel sick. It’s also possible that you have blood in your urine. Causes of kidney disease include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, kidney infections and long-term use of NSAIDs. Having an enlarged prostate can also cause kidney disease, so it’s vital that you get diagnosed as soon as you can.
Some of the most common bladder problems include UTIs. Urinary tract infections are the second most common infection in the body, and more than half of women will have at least one in their lifetime. Older women are much more likely to get a UTI. A bladder infection is the most common type, and this happens when bacteria enters the bladder and causes a sudden yet strong urge to urinate. Infections in the bladder can also spread to the kidneys. This can lead to severe problems and it can also lead to permanent problems. Lower urinary tract symptoms can include loss of bladder control, having a hard time urinating, having to urinate frequently and leaking urine.
Penis prosthetics is a treatment option if you struggle with erectile dysfunction. The devices can either be malleable or inflatable. The simplest prosthetic consists of metal rods which are inserted into the erection chambers of the penis. With this implant, the penis is always in a semi-rigid state and only needs to be adjusted in order to initiate sex. Another option would be a hydraulic inflatable prosthetic, which gives you more control over your erection and it is also much easier to conceal.
There are various procedures that can be used to treat urinary incontinence. There are sling procedures, where strips of your body tissue are used to create a pelvic sling, and this helps to keep the urethra closed. If you have stress-based incontinence then this is a very good solution. There is also bladder neck suspension, which involves an abdominal incision to strengthen where the bladder connects to the urethra. For men, artificial urinary sphincter surgery may be an option. In men, a small ring which is filled with fluid is placed around the opening of the bladder to keep the sphincter shut until you are ready to urinate.
Linear Shockwave Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction | $2,600 US
Linear shockwave treatment involves sending very low-intensity waves of sound which pass through the erectile tissue. This restores the natural erectile function by removing plaque from the blood vessels and by also encouraging the growth of new ones. It reverses the problems which cause ED in the first place and this is one of the many reasons why so many people choose it as a long-term treatment option. It’s fast, with great results and it is painless too, so you won’t have anything to worry about there.