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Urinary Problems

Health and Beauty Services in Cape Town

Posted Aug 02, 2020  
745 Visits
Type: Health and Beauty
Province: Western Cape
City: Cape Town
Address: Netcare Christian Barnard Memorial Hospital, Suite 1620, c/o DF Malan St & Rua Bartholomeu Dias Plain, Foreshore, Cape Town, South Africa
The most common urinary problem is urinary tract infection. This infection is caused by bacteria, virus, and fungi in the urinary tract. The urinary problems are very painful and consequences are very critical if urinary tract infection spreads to the kidneys. Symptoms are depending on the kind of urinary problems like Vomiting, Fatigue, Cloudy, dark or bloody urine, Foul-smelling urine, Muscle aches, A frequent urge to urinate, Nausea, Fever or chills, and Pain or burning sensation while you urinate. The main reason for urinary problems starts with a weak immune system, an enlarged prostate in men, diabetes, and some other conditions occur urinary tract.

Netcare Christian Barnard Memorial Hospital provides the best treatment for urinary problems in cape town. Our urologist is dedicated to making sure that you will get better treatment in less time. Our hospital will provide the best treatment of urinary problems in cape town. We have a team for urologists having decades of experience in urology and provide multiple options for treatment according to your current health condition. If you want to book an appointment with urology cape town doctors, feel free to contact us.

Urology Cape Town

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