GEM is equipped with the latest technology and advanced equipment for diagnosis and treatment, including robotic-assisted surgery.
At GEM Hospital, our Urology department is committed to providing exceptional care for all your urological needs. We offer comprehensive services to ensure optimal urological health and well-being.
Our experienced urologist expertise spans the entire
- A spectrum of urology
- Kidney diseases
- Bladder problems
- Prostate conditions
- Urinary tract disorders
- Male reproductive health.
Equipped with the latest advancements in medical technology, our urology department ensures accurate diagnosis and effective treatment. From advanced imaging techniques to minimally invasive surgical procedures, we utilize state-of-the-art equipment to deliver superior care and improved patient outcomes.
Tests and Treatments Offered
Loved by our Patients
We are extremely happy on the treatment received for our dad who is 80+ years of old who undergone surgery. Doctor was so polite and cleared all our doubts on both pre and post consultations, all our queries were answered. Hospital is fully equipped of medical needs, we got a good care from staffs and dr.secretary, nurses were very much supportive.
Frequently Ask Questions.
UTIs are primarily caused by bacterial infections. The most common bacteria responsible for UTIs is Escherichia coli (E. coli), which normally resides in the digestive tract. Bacteria can enter the urinary tract through the urethra and multiply, leading to infection.
Yes, genetics can contribute to urological problems. Some urological conditions, such as certain types of kidney diseases, prostate cancer, and hereditary urinary tract disorders, can have a genetic component. Family history can be a risk factor for developing these conditions.
No, not all urological conditions require surgery. Urologists consider various treatment options depending on the specific condition. Non-surgical treatments, such as medications, lifestyle modifications, or minimally invasive procedures, are often used as initial approaches. Surgery may be recommended when conservative treatments are ineffective or for more complex cases.
You should consider seeing a urologist if you experience symptoms such as blood in urine, frequent urination, urinary incontinence, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, erectile dysfunction, or any other urological concerns.