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By: Quentin M.
Metropolitan Urological Specialists
Very nice staff, the nurses are always friendly, the doctors are always running on time, and never ignore my questions.
By: Dylan T.
Urology Consultants Ltd
Went in to get a vasectomy. Before I knew it, everything was all done. Entire procedure was done in about 20 minutes. One stitch, barely any pain (was up and at it with the family the next day), and follow up tests give me the "all clear" as I'd expected. Dr Shands was great.
By: Ali8 K.
Urology Consultants Ltd
I am sure the doctors are knowledgeable and probably are not aware of the staff rude and non professional behavior towards potential patients. No sensitivity for the patient, I have never been mistreated at any physicians office as was here by the billing and scheduling staff. Perhaps additional training is needed.
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By: Chris J.
Jitendra Shah, MD
This guy gets no stars. I recently visited his office to see what's wrong with my junk because I've been trying to have a kid for 2 years and nothing has happened. He looks at me and sees I'm 21 and he says " nothing is wrong with you, everything wrong with you is between your shoulders". He had no clue what to do. He examined me for a slight moment and I had to ask for a seaman annolicize. He works out of another doctors office and only has 2 patient rooms to himself. His two very beautiful resecpinists are the only good thing about his office. After I do seaman samples and if they are good then imma go to a different doctor this guy is a joke
Tips & Advices
There is no set cost on a urology appointment, and some start at $100 and can go up. Rates vary with each doctor and office and by services rendered. When asking a physician, find out if lab work is included in a quoted cost or is extra.
Prostate cancer is cancer of the male’s prostate gland – the glands associated with reproduction. It is one of the most common cancers in men. If diagnosed early, it is also one of the most treatable.
Some insurance plans require a referral from a primary doctor if you want them to cover the costs. For other insurance plans, it is not necessary to get a referral to see a urologist.
A urologist provides a variety of tests, starting with the testing of blood and urine samples that provide information not available in a physical exam. In men, they test for PSAs (a prostate-specific antigen) in the prostate, blood counts and kidney function. Additional image testing or (sonography) of the kidney, bladder, and prostate might be needed. A cystoscopy is a procedure that allows the doctor to examine and test the lower urinary tract (bladder etc.) for cancer. Organ and prostate biopsies, renal angiograms, and urine flow tests are also common tests readily available.
A urology exam will depend on your specific condition. You can expect the standard paperwork plus a questionnaire that asks about your symptoms. You will very likely be giving a urine sample and  exam is typical. The rest of the exam will depend on whether you are male or female, and what your specific needs are. Rectal (and prostate exam and/or tests for men), blood tests, imaging of organs, and other tests might be needed based on the diagnosis.

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