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Therapeutic (conservative) treatment in urology

Urological diseases are various disorders of the normal functioning of the organs of the genitourinary system, which negatively affect important functions of the body and reduce the quality of life of patients. The disease can develop regardless of gender and age. The competence of the urologist includes not only surgical treatment, but also various methods of conservative disposal of patients from a disturbing ailment. This approach is especially justified in inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary organs (prostatitis, cystitis, urethritis), urolithiasis, genital infections, the initial stages of prostate adenoma, congenital anomalies.

Causes and symptoms

There are many reasons for the occurrence of such ailments. In young people, the most common cases of inflammation of the organs of the genitourinary system. In this case, medication is usually used to treat the infection. Among such diseases are urethritis, cystitis, orchitis, prostatitis. Cases of erectile dysfunction or infertility are also amenable to drug correction. Elderly patients suffer from more than just inflammatory diseases. Benign neoplasms, various chronic processes, also subject to conservative treatment, are added to the list of ailments.

To prevent the development of pathology, it is important to be attentive to your own health and, when the first warning signs appear, immediately contact the clinic. Symptoms that urological health is "malfunctioning" can be as follows:

  • feeling of heaviness or pain in the lower back, lower abdomen, perineum;
  • painful and / or too frequent urination;
  • a changed smell and color of urine, foreign discharge;
  • erectile dysfunction.

In the early stages of the disease, the problem can be solved by therapeutic methods, medication. Advanced cases may require surgery. Early diagnosis is successfully provided by an annual preventive examination by a urologist. It is necessary even if there are no specific complaints.

Consultation procedure

  • Collecting anamnesis - it is necessary to answer the questions of a specialist regarding symptoms, their duration, previous diseases, and other features. This makes it possible to prescribe the necessary diagnostics, to preliminarily determine the type of pathology and the stage of the disease.
  • Physical examination - palpation and visual examination of the organs of the genitourinary system.
  • Smear sampling - is necessary for the detection of pathogens. Initial diagnosis will help to quickly identify signs of inflammation or prostatitis.
  • Referral for further instrumental examination, if necessary - ultrasound, computed tomography, cystoscopy.


Therapy is selected individually, while the patient's condition is analyzed, and the characteristics of his body are taken into account. Medication is aimed at alleviating the condition and getting rid of the cause of the disease, it may include the appointment of a course of injections, tablets or urological suppositories. The doctor may additionally prescribe the intake of vitamins, therapeutic exercises or physiotherapy, depending on the dynamics of recovery. Usually, with strict adherence to the recommendations, you can get rid of discomfort relatively quickly, but you should definitely go through the treatment to the end, since interruption of the course is fraught with serious complications.

With age, the risk of problems with the genitourinary system increases, so people over forty are advised to consult with a specialized specialist at least once a year. Although, a visit to a urologist will absolutely not hurt a young man who is going to become a father. Professional examination and diagnosis will help to detect the disease even before clinical manifestations and take the necessary measures.

Service record


All specialists
Pavel Ilyich

Head of the Urology Clinic, Deputy Chief Physician for Urology, Urologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD, professor

Armais Albertovich

Chief Consultant in Urology, Urologist

Academician, professor, Doctor of Sciences, PhD

Boris Evgenyevich

Head of the Department of Urology, Urologist


Nika Dzhumberovich

Urologist, andrologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD

Suren Alexandrovich

Doctor urologist-andrologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD