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urinary-incontinence

Urinary Incontinence

Incontinence can be divided broadly into the following types but 90% of patients suffer from stress and/or urge incontinence

Urinary Infection (Adult)

If you have pain in the bladder area, pain when passing urine, a need to urinate frequently or urine that is dark or strong-smelling, especially if you have a fever of 38ºC or more, you should contact your GP for further advice.
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Urinary Infection (Child)

Urinary Infection (Child)

Urinary infection occurs when bacteria enter the the urinary tract via the bladder and multiply to cause an infection. In children, bacteria may move from the bladder to the kidney(s), as a result of ureterovesical reflux.

Blood in the semen (haematospermia)

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If you see blood in your semen, you should contact your GP for further advice although it is unlikely that there is a worrying underlying cause
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haematuria

Blood in the urine (haematuria)

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If you see blood in your urine, with or without symptoms of cystitis, you should contact your GP immediately for further advice

Erectile Dysfunction (impotence)

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Your GP will normally wish to review both you & your partner together and several visits may be needed before a full picture of the problem can be obtained.
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fertility-problems

Fertility Problems

If you have been trying unsuccessfully to produce a pregnancy for 1-2 years, without using any form of contraception, you should contact your GP for further advice.

Tight foreskin (phimosis)

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If you are unable to retract your foreskin fully, especially if it becomes red or painful, you should contact your GP. If a tight foreskin has been retracted
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testicular-lump

Testicular Lump

If you find a lump inside the scrotum, not arising from the skin of the scrotum itself, you should contact your GP immediately for further advice.

Testicle Missing

If you or your child have a testicle which is not in the normal (scrotal) position, you should contact your GP for further advice.
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