MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MCh - Urology
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After MCH from SMS Medical college, he has worked in various hospitals of Jaipur as a senior consultant. At present, he is working as senior consultant at C.K.Birla Hospital. He has done about 9000 urological surgeries. He has special interest in laparoscopic urology, reconstructive and endo urology.
Gopalpura Bypass Road, Jaipur (Towards Platform No.2, Durgapura Station,Near Triveni Flyover), Landmark: Near Triveni Flyover, Jaipur
10:00 - 02:00
S-35B, Radha Marg, C Scheme, Landmark: Behind Raj Mandir Cinema, Jaipur
I recommend dr beniwal sir for sexual problem .
Always respond to msgs and calls, if needed advise after surgery.
** ** *** ****** ** ** *** *** ** * Words are inadequate to explain about him . He is very very friendly person .
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Q: Who is a urologist?
A: A urologist is a medical specialist who deals with the disorders of the male and female urinary system as well as the male reproductive tract. Urologists provide treatment to different parts of the urinary tract, including kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, and adrenal glands. They also treat diseases related to the penis, prostate, seminal vesicles, epididymis, and testes.
Q: What diseases can urologists treat?
A: Some of the conditions that the urologists can treat are: Urinary tract infections (UTIs) Kidney stones Incontinence Bladder prolapse Painful bladder syndrome Bladder, prostate, testicular and kidney cancer Male infertility Cryptorchidism (undescended testes) Erectile dysfunction (ED) Enlarged prostate gland
Q: What is the difference between an urologist and a nephrologist?
A: While urologists diagnose and treat conditions of the urinary tract along with those of the male reproductive system, nephrologists specialise in the treatment of kidney diseases. Also, a urologist can perform surgery, but a nephrologist is not qualified to do it.
Q: When should I visit a urologist?
A: You should visit a urologist if you experience: Repeated or urgent urge to urinate Blood in the urine Lower back or pelvic pain Painful urination that burns Difficulty in urination Leakage of urine Dribbling, weak urine stream A reduced sexual desire A lump in the testis Difficulty in maintaining an erection
Q: Can a urologist treat diseases of the female reproductive system?
A: A urologist can treat urological disorders of the female reproductive system such as bladder prolapse, UTIs, or leakage in urine during pregnancy. They may also work along with a gynaecologist to treat conditions such as pelvic pain in women. Moreover, a urologist can specialise in a type of urology known as female urology that focuses on diseases of the reproductive and urinary tract of women.