Urologists

Dr. Bobby Shayegan

Dr. Bobby Shayegan

(MD, FRCSC)
Urologist
Hamilton, ON
Dr. Edward Matsumoto

Dr. Edward Matsumoto

Urologist
Hamilton, ON
Dr. Ethan Grober

Dr. Ethan Grober

Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Keith Jarvi

Dr. Keith Jarvi

Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Dean Elterman

Dr. Dean Elterman

MD, MSc, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Kenneth Pace

Dr. Kenneth Pace

MD, MSc, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Robert Stewart

Dr. Robert Stewart

MD, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Jason Lee

Dr. Jason Lee

MD, MHPE, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Neil Fleshner

Dr. Neil Fleshner

MD, MPH, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Darius Bagli

Dr. Darius Bagli

MDCM, FRCSC, FAAP, FACS
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Tony Finelli

Dr. Tony Finelli

MD, MSC, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, Ontario, ON
Dr. Rob Hamilton

Dr. Rob Hamilton

MD, MPH, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Nathan Perlis

Dr. Nathan Perlis

MD, MSC, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, Ontario, ON
Dr. Magdy Hassouna

Dr. Magdy Hassouna

MD, PHD, FRCSC, FACS
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Jack Barkin Barkin

Jack Barkin Barkin

MD, FICS, FACS, DABU, MHM, CCPE, FRCS
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Sidney Radomski MD, FRCSC Radomski

Dr. Sidney Radomski MD, FRCSC Radomski

MD, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, Ontario, ON
Dr. Alexandre Zlotta

Dr. Alexandre Zlotta

MD, PHD, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Girish Kulkarni

Dr. Girish Kulkarni

MD, PHD, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Miguel Llano

Dr. Miguel Llano

Urologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Yonah Krakowsky

Dr. Yonah Krakowsky

MD, FRCSC
Urologist
Toronto, ON
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A urologist is a physician who specializes in treating problems of the male genitourinary tract and female urinary system, including the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra, and the male reproductive organs. In treating patients a urologist can also educate them on cancers of the urinary tract, kidney stones, bladder infections, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, urinary retention, sexual dysfunction, bladder cancer, prostate cancer, prostate enlargement and prostate testing.

Urethral inserts like Contino® are temporarily inserted into the urethra (the tube which carries urine to the outside of the body) to prevent or reduce bladder leakage. In men, the prevalence of incontinence is much lower than in women, about 3% to 11% overall, with urge incontinence accounting for 40% to 80% of all male patients. Stress incontinence accounts for less than 10% of cases and is attributable to prostate surgery, trauma, or neurological injury. Other causes of male incontinence can be prostate surgery or an enlarged prostate; an overactive bladder; diabetes or Parkinson's disease. Some men find that drinking alcohol, caffeine or pop (especially before bed) increases their male incontinence, while others are fine. There are also incontinence pads that some men find helpful. They stop leakage and block odor, which can increase a man's confidence. If you'd like more information about how incontinence products like pads, Contino® products and surgery, talk to your local urologist or family physician. 

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