Urologists located in Spokane, WA & Spokane Valley, WA
Reconstructive urology may be necessary to treat any injuries or conditions that affect your urinary tract, as well as certain reproductive organs. If you know you may need reconstructive urology care or would like a second opinion, contact Spokane Urology for an evaluation today. You can conveniently schedule an appointment at Spokane and Spokane Valley, Washington, urology practice through the website, or you can call the office to speak with a team member over the phone.
Reconstructive Urology Q&A
What is reconstructive urology?
Reconstructive urology is a specialized branch of medicine that involves restoring normal function to your upper or lower urinary tract (or both). In some cases, reconstructive urology also involves making repairs to nearby reproductive organs, too. Reconstructive urology can involve diagnosing and treating conditions that affect your:
- Kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra
- Testicles or prostate gland
- Vagina or penis
Whether you suffered from trauma or are struggling with a chronic condition, your dedicated urologist at Spokane Urology can help you determine if reconstructive urology is right for you.
Why do I need reconstructive urology?
Reconstructive urology from Spokane Urology can help you recover from minor to complex issues. Your urologist may recommend reconstructive urology to correct:
- Urinary tract or reproductive organ birth defects
- Pelvic floor disorders
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Neurological issues
- Erectile dysfunction
- Peyronie’s disease
- Urinary incontinence
- Bladder fistulas
Spokane Urology also specializes in urethroplasty procedures. This procedure involves reconstructing, grafting, or replacing your urethra if it’s narrow because of scar tissue or urethral strictures (spongiofibrosis).
The goal of your reconstructive urology surgery is to restore your urinary health and function, as well as related issues, including sexual dysfunction. With a team of top-ranked urologists available at Spokane Urology, you can feel confident about your procedure.
How long is the recovery after reconstructive urology?
Recovery from reconstructive urology depends on your specific surgery and how quickly you heal. In most cases, you should expect at least a week of downtime with very little activity.
If you have an office job, you may be able to return to work after a week or two, but Spokane Urology providers often recommend working shorter days in the beginning. It can take up to three or four weeks for you to be able to return to more vigorous activities, including exercise and sexual activity.
But if you enjoy bicycling, horseback riding, or another activity that puts added strain on your groin area, your doctor at Spokane Urology may recommend waiting even longer before returning to that activity.
Spokane Urology provides advanced reconstructive urology care. Find out more information by booking a consultation online or by phone today.
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