Urology, Andrology & Renal Transplant

About Urology

Urology is a medical speciality that broadly encompasses the male and female urinary tract, namely, the kidneys, ureter, bladder and urethra while also dealing with the male reproductive organs – the penis, testes, scrotum and prostate. Our highly experienced and knowledgeable team of doctors and specialists comes together to provide complete care and treatment for the best solutions with the right outcome for you and your health.

Our full-fledged facilities ensure the full gamut of diagnostic and treatment services to patients of all ages for urological issues such as cancers, urinary tract diseases or infections, renal diseases, erectile dysfunction, prostate disease, reconstructive urology surgery, laparoscopic urology surgeries, incontinence, importance and more.

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Recently I had a knee injury, for treatment I went to SLG Hospitals. I was hardly walking receptionists and staff members immediately responded and accompanied me to ortho Dr. B.Chakradhar Reddy. He treated me really well and explained me the problem in a very simple neat way. Radiology technicians were also very helpful and supportive. I’m well satisfied with hospitality and over all service.
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A urinary tract infection is infection that affects any part of the urinary system -kidneys, ureter, bladder and the urethra. Women are more prone to the infection while it is limited for men.

Drink plenty of liquids, avoiding holding in your urine and take probiotics. Consult our specialists on other ways to prevent this infection.

Depending on the condition of your kidneys, each haemodialysis treatment would last at least four hours and is done three times a week. Consult our specialists to know more.

There are certain risks involved after having your prostate removed which may include incontinence and erectile dysfunction, especially when the entire prostate is removed through radical prostatectomy.

The nerves, vessels and muscles in the area may be weakened due to the prostate surgery and for some period of time, many men aren’t able to experience an erection. Post TURP, you will have dry ejaculation.

Drink plenty of liquids especially water, reduce intake of oxalate rich foods such as peanuts, spinach, beets, chocolate and sweet potatoes, consume a low-fat diet, reduce alcohol intake and eat less sodium.

You can resume your previous activities as soon as you feel better. However, it is preferable not to lift heavy objects, avoid driving for at least a few weeks, and not participate in contact sports. If you have any other queries or concerns, consult our top specialists.