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Colin Teo Urology treats both men and women of all ages for various health concerns relating to the urinary system, which includes the kidneys, bladder, ureters (thin muscles that carry urine into the bladder) and urethra (the tube that drains urine out of the bladder), and the male reproductive organs.

If this is your first visit to the urologist, rest assured that you are in good hands. There is no need to be intimidated or embarrassed. We serve all our patients with professionalism and treat your information with the utmost discretion, providing treatment options with your best interests in mind.

Come prepared with your medical information and questions and concerns to ensure that you get the most out of your appointment.

First Visit? Here’s What to Expect.

  • You will likely be asked for a urine sample for a urinalysis. We recommend you come to the appointment with a full bladder.
  • You will fill out a questionnaire to describe your symptoms. Provide as much detail as possible, such as the severity of your symptoms and timings.
  • We will ask questions about your medical history. Please inform us of the updated list of medications and supplements you are taking and any prior treatments for the problem(s) you are experiencing. Bring along all X-rays or diagnostic imaging other doctors have ordered. Being equipped with your complete health information helps us provide you with an accurate treatment plan.
  • Physical examination is the next step, and it will vary depending on the condition. For example:
    • For men with prostate issues, a digital rectal exam is necessary. Other tests include a urethral swab to rule out sexually transmitted diseases and blood work to check PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) levels.
    • For women with recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), a pelvic examination is performed. To test for female low sex drive, a blood panel to determine hormone levels is required.
    • Those with urinary incontinence symptoms a will undergo a cough stress test to determine urine loss.
  • After the physical examination, we will discuss findings and possible solutions with you. Other tests and imaging studies may be ordered for further investigations. Cystoscopy, a minimally invasive procedure that examines the bladder and urethra; urodynamic, which assesses bladder functionality for patients who have incontinence; and/or a biopsy may be required. See a list of commonly performed urology tests at Colin Teo Urology >>. Once these are complete, our doctor will recommend treatments, such as medication, physical therapy, or a surgical procedure.
  • Make notes of your treatment plan and ask questions to clarify. We will work together to decide what is right for you.

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