Urologists are doctors who diagnose and treat the urinary tract in both men and women. The urinary tract is the system that produces, store, and eliminate urine from the body. Any disease or disorder related to urinary tract is diagnosed by the best urologist in Pitampura.
- “Kidneys” filter the blood to produce the urine
- “Ureters” are tubes through which the urine streams down from the kidney to the bladder
- “Bladder” is hollow pouch in which the urine is stored
- “Urethra” is a tube through which the urine is eliminated from the body
- “Adrenal glands” are located on the top of the kidneys and the glands are responsible for releasing the hormones.
For most of the men, visiting a urologist can be embarrassing because they want to accept their infertility disorders or any disease relating to their urinary tract as the acceptance may hurt their male ego. For most of the times, women are blamed directly if the couple doesn’t conceive even after years of efforts. But the best urologist in Pitampura clarifies that around 20% of the infertile couples, the problem is with the man’s fertility and not with the woman’s reproductive system. Though, it be might be hard for a man to accept the fact, going for the early infertility test may narrow down the further problems and medical expenses. Getting it diagnosed also treats the discomfort of the other partner.
The best urologist in Pitampura examines the patient first by recommending a few tests such as physical examination and the semen analysis.
Physical examination – the examination includes the determining concerns relating to the heart, lung, respiration rate (12 to 16 breaths per minute is normal), body temperature (98.6 f. is normal), general appearance, and any family history of disease or disorder.
Semen analysis – semen analysis is recommended by the doctors to identify the quality and quantity of the sperms in the semen. If the first test report of the semen analysis is normal, the doctors recommend one more test just confirm the results. The semen analysis may detect the Azoospermia, Oligospermia, sperm motility, and sperm morphology.