UROLOGY CAPE TOWN

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Prostate Cancer

When diagnosed with localised prostate cancer (CAP) – cancer that has not spread beyond the prostate – you will face a number of overwhelming emotional and physical challenges.



One of the most significant decisions you will be asked to make, at this initial stage, is your choice of treatment.



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Pelvic Organ Dysfunction

Many men and women experience symptoms related to the urinary bladder, bowel and rectum, and/or sexual organs for which no obvious cause can be found. The urinary symptoms may include frequency, urgency, and a sense of pressure in the bladder or burning in the urethra. There may be a feeling of incomplete emptying and difficulty urinating. Bowel problems may occur with constipation or frequent stooling with urgency, haemorrhoids, anal irritation/itching. Sexual dysfunction includes diminished libido, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and in females, orgasmic problems and painful intercourse.



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Robotic Surgery



This innovative treatment uses state-of-the-art robotic technology to provide a minimally invasive approach to performing complex surgical procedures.

Robotic surgery is performed through small incisions similar to traditional laparoscopy whereby the abdomen is first insufflated with CO2 and then instrument ports placed. The instruments are held by robotic arms and are controlled by a surgeon operating from an ergonomically designed console in the same theatre. The surgeon controls the da Vinci® Surgical System through a magnified 3D high-definition vision system contained within the console.



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Male Sexual Dysfunction

Male and female sexual function is complex and is influenced by many physical, psychological and social factors, and sexual dysfunction can therefore be associated with any or all of these factors.



Male sexual dysfunction falls within the domain of the urologist, and is best managed by the urologist who is interested in this field.



Common problems which men may experience include premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, erectile dysfunction(ED), and problems with libido ( desire). Less common problems are anejaculation( inability to reach orgasm) and pain on ejaculation.



These problems including erectile dysfunction, can affect men of any age. Premature ejaculation is more common in younger men, and organogenic ED (that caused by physical problems) more common in older men, who have other disease processes such as diabetes.



There are excellent treatment options for all these problems as long as the underlying causes are well understood.



Your urologist will take a comprehensive history and do a careful examination before discussing the treatment options.



Some problems with sexual dysfunction (eg. Premature ejaculation) may not require any medication. In these cases behavioural modification or specialized exercises may be appropriate, although medication is also available.



The medical conditions associated with ED include diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol , heart disease, neurological disorders and obesity. Remember however, that ED can occur in perfectly healthy men.



Treatment options for ED specifically, apart from correcting the underlying medical condition/s, include using the PDE 5 drugs such as Viagra and others, vacuum erection devices, penile injections, penile prosthesis surgery.



The expectations, benefits and risks of these options should be fully explained during your visit to the urologist. 



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