The Importance of Having a Urologist

How your urologists in Jacksonville can help you

So why do you need a urologist? Urologists are specialists who diagnose and treat conditions and diseases of the urinary tract. Urinary tract problems are common, so you may need to seek out the services of an expert in the field of Urology. Dr. Ahmad Kasraeian or Dr. Ali Kasraeian at Kasraeian Urology want to share some of the reasons why it’s important to have a urologist. They have several convenient office locations in Jacksonville, FL to help you.

People often see a urologist because of signs or symptoms like these:

Any of these signs or symptoms could be an indication of something more serious. Urologists treat annoying, painful, or serious medical conditions like these:

It’s important to visit your urologist if you notice any of the signs or symptoms listed above. Not seeking treatment can result in kidney or bladder damage, prostate cancer, and other serious medical conditions.

When you visit your urologist, he may order lab tests to check your kidney function, blood cell counts, hormone levels, or PSA (prostate-specific antigen) levels. He may also recommend medical imaging of your kidneys, prostate, bladder, or other organs.

For more detailed information about urology services for men, please visit the Male Urology page on the Kasraeian Urology website.

For more detailed information about urology services for women, please visit the Female Urology page on the Kasraeian Urology website.

Having a urologist can help ensure early diagnosis and treatment of potentially serious or even fatal urological issues. If you are having urinary tract or prostate issues, don’t delay. Instead, pick up the phone and call Drs. Ahmad and Ali Kasraeian at Kasraeian Urology, with offices in Jacksonville, FL. Call today!

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