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.
Nearly everyone has heard of a urologist, but not many know what a urologist does. Basically, a urologist diagnoses, treats, and monitors urinary tract and external genital organ disorders. This can also include the kidneys, uterus, urethra, bladder, and prostate. A urologist also performs surgeries in some cases.