Andrology and sexual health
Not many people are aware that in most cases physical rather than psychological causes are responsible for impotence (ED), and that ED is usually eminently curable.
It is important to note that Infertility and Impotence are quite different entities. Failure to distinguish between the two is a needless cause of embarrassment to many men who stay away from andrology clinics because of the stigma that goes with the latter term.
The terms ‚varicocoele’ and ‚varicocele’ mean the same thing. The first is the British* spelling, and the second’s the American one. There are already many other content-heavy varicocele sites out there in cyberspace. Many of these are comprehensive sources of information to medical professionals, varicocele afflicted patients, and lay surfers.
Though ejaculation often occurs normally and is an intensely pleasurable sensation for most men, it is an extremely complex phenomenon that is regulated by many different systems. Hence, things often can, and do go wrong.
Diagnosing and screening for detection involving ultrasound, physical examination, laboratory swabs and blood tests for Tumour Markers
Sexual health screen is a complex screening test for:
- Chlamydia trachomatis
- N. gonorrhoea
- Mycoplasma genitalium
- Trichomonas vaginalis
- Gardnerella vaginalis
- Herpes Simplex I/II
- HIV 1&2/p24 Antigen
- Hepatitis B Virus (HBV DNA)
- Hepatitis C Virus (HCV RNA)
- and many more
Both men and women can suffer from long term pelvic or genital pain of uncertain origin. Such conditions are notoriously difficult to manage but we offer the full range of investigations.