Treatment options include medication and surgery
Most of the tests can be done on the same day in the clinic
Detailed history taking & physical examination
Earliest possible appointment and individualised treatment
Prostate enlargement usually affects older men. It may cause difficulty in urinating, frequent urge to urinate and waking up excessively at night to urinate. Most mild cases can be treated with medication. Surgery is minimally invasive and is highly effective for treatment of severe cases.
Prostate cancer usually affects men older than 50 years of age. In the early stage the first sign of cancer may just be an elevated PSA level. If cancer is suspected, a prostate biopsy is performed to confirm the diagnosis. A range of treatments are available, ie. surgery, radiotherapy, hormonal therapy and active surveillance. Treatment of the cancer is effective, however side effects may occur depending on the treatment.
Early stage kidney cancer may not cause any symptoms. When the cancer gets bigger, it can cause blood in the urine or abdominal pain. The usual treatment for kidney cancer is surgical removal of the cancer; sometimes the kidney affected with cancer needs to be completely removed. Surgery can be performed using keyhole or open technique.
The common symptom of this condition is a bulge or lump in the groin. The bulge is caused by fatty tissues or intestine protruding through a weakness in the groin. If not treated, the hernia can become painful or the tissues inside become stuck or damaged. Inguinal hernia is best treated with surgery, which can be performed using keyhole or open technique.