oing to a primary care physician, dentist, or optometrist are all normal, common things. But when should a man see a urologist? Although they aren’t popular topics, male urinary or sexual issues are common as well. If you notice any of the signs below, then it may be time to see a urologist.
If you have a urologic need, we are here to help. Call (281) 404‑3000 about scheduling a TeleVisit, a one-on-one teleconference with a urology provider who can determine if an office visit is necessary. For everyone's health safety, if you have COVID-19 related symptoms--including fever, shortness of breath, cough--and want to convert your upcoming appointment to a TeleVisit, call the office.