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Knowing When to Reach Out: A Guide to Urological Health

Maintaining urological health is essential for overall well-being and quality of life. At Lansing Institute of Urology, a division of Compass Health, we understand the importance of personalized care and state-of-the-art treatments tailored to each patient's unique needs. In this blog, we'll explore the diverse range of treatments we offer and discuss key indicators that it may be time to reach out to our team for expert guidance and support.

Comprehensive Treatment Options

At Lansing Institute of Urology, we pride ourselves on offering a comprehensive array of treatment options designed to address a wide range of urological conditions. From innovative therapies to minimally invasive procedures, our goal is to provide patients with the highest quality care and outcomes. Some of the treatments we offer include:

  • Axonics Therapy

  • Botox for bladder dysfunction

  • daVinci Robotic Surgery

  • Laser Prostate Surgery

  • Urolift for BPH

  • Vasectomy and Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals

  • And many more...

Understanding When to Seek Help

While urological issues can vary widely in severity and symptoms, several signs and symptoms may indicate the need for professional evaluation and treatment:

Persistent Pain or Discomfort: If you experience persistent pain or discomfort in the urinary tract, genitals, or lower abdomen, it may be a sign of an underlying urological condition such as urinary stones, prostatitis, or bladder dysfunction.

Changes in Urinary Habits: Changes in urinary habits such as increased frequency, urgency, difficulty urinating, or blood in the urine should not be ignored. These symptoms may indicate conditions such as urinary tract infections, enlarged prostate, or bladder cancer.

Sexual Health Concerns: Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other sexual health concerns can be indicative of underlying urological issues such as erectile dysfunction or male infertility.

Incontinence: Loss of bladder control or urinary incontinence can significantly impact quality of life and may be a sign of bladder dysfunction, pelvic floor disorders, or other urological conditions.

Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections: Recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) may be a sign of underlying urinary tract abnormalities or dysfunction that require evaluation and treatment by a urology specialist.

Why Choose Lansing Institute of Urology?

At Lansing Institute of Urology, we are committed to providing compassionate, patient-centered care in a supportive and welcoming environment. Our team of experienced urology specialists is dedicated to delivering personalized treatment plans and comprehensive support throughout your urological health journey.

If you're experiencing any of the signs or symptoms mentioned above, don't hesitate to reach out to us for expert evaluation and care. Appointments are available Monday through Friday, and our team is here to assist you with scheduling and billing inquiries.

Take the first step towards optimal urological health and contact Lansing Institute of Urology today. Your well-being is our priority, and we're here to help you live life to the fullest.

Contact Information:

Address: 1625 Ramblewood Dr, #1, East Lansing, MI 48823

Phone Appointments: 517.324.3700

Billing Inquiries: 517.203.3910

Don't wait to take control of your urological health. Schedule your appointment with us today and embark on the path to a healthier, happier you.


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