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We just switched to Kaiser, and I'm looking for a urologist for my 5-year-old son. Since my son isn't circumcised, I'm hoping to find a doctor who is at least comfortable and hopefully experienced at treating uncircumcised patients. Thanks so much for your help. new at Kaiser
I am looking for a GOOD urologist for my 20 year old. She had surgery when she was 5 yrs. old to reimplant her ureters, as she was getting frequent UTI's, along with frequent bedwetting and urgency issues. Although the frequency of bedwetting and UTI's decreased, she still gets them. What is more than distressing to her is the urgent, over-active (?) bladder issues, which persist to this day. We had some followup with her urologist but were never convinced of the treatment they suggested. She did not like being on Ditropan, and rightfully thinks there must be another solution other than drugs or another surgery. At this point I am convinced the surgery failed. Unfortunately the only insurance we have is through Kaiser, so I'm starting there. We have used acupuncture for other things in the past and are considering it for this, but funds are limited. frustrated but dogmatic
Anyone had a vasectomy done at Kaiser? There are recommendations on the website but none for Kaiser urologists. Thanks, jack
Here's what he says: It was with Dr. Eason in San Rafael. Our time together was intimate but brief. I was subjected to only one bad urologist joke. The operation probably could be performed by a particularly focussed golden retriever. There was a granuloma, but no other complications, and I am sterile but functional.
You realize of course that this is representative of my husband's
brand of humor....
-Happily tossing out all the contraceptives!
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