Urological pain can be quite severe, but despite this, is not usually life threatening. However, pain can indicate a number of urological conditions and should be investigated and treated.
Urological pain can indicate any of the following:
Kidney Pain: Kidney pain can be extremely painful and as the organ is the body’s natural filter of blood it should be investigated. Conditions relating to kidney pain include; kidney stones, kidney infection, kidney blockage, kidney cancers and tumours
Bladder Pain: Painful bladder conditions typically affect women more than men and are caused by chronic inflammation or infection, often presenting alongside symptoms like incontinence. Conditions include interstitial cystitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome and can be very incapacitating.
Testicular pain: Testicular pain can indicate an infection, torsion, trauma to the testicles and is generally treatable.
If you are experiencing pain, contact us on 020 3325 4699 for an appointment.