Family Urology Associates
Urologists & Advanced Robotic and Laparoscopic Surgeons located in Frederick, MD & Hagerstown, MD
When you need a urologist, it’s important to find a provider with wide-ranging experience in all areas of general urology. At Family Urology Associates, with locations in Frederick and Hagerstown, Maryland, you can get medical and surgical treatments for all urology conditions and concerns. Board-certified urologist, Mohammed Haseebuddin, MD, or Dr. Haseeb, treats urinary incontinence, Peyronie’s disease, hematuria, BPH, urologic oncology, and other general urology needs with compassionate expertise. Call either office or book your appointment online.
General Urology Q & A
How often do I need general urology care?
It depends on your current and past urology problems, as well as your risk factor for future issues. If you have a history of urology issues like benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), recurring urinary tract infections (UTI), bladder cancer, or other conditions, Family Urology Associates recommends a regular appointment schedule to help you maintain good health.
Usually, a history of any serious urology condition means you have a higher-than-usual risk for developing the same problem in the future. This means you need more frequent monitoring than you otherwise would.
If you have notable risk factors for urology problems, regardless of your health history, regular urology care is important.
What conditions does a general urology provider treat?
As a general urology specialist, Dr. Haseeb treats all kinds of diseases, conditions, and problems. Some of the most common general urology concerns include:
- Urinary incontinence - involuntary urine loss
- Erectile dysfunction - difficulty getting or maintaining an erection
- Urethral stricture - scarring in your urethra
- Varicocele - scrotal varicose veins
- Hydrocele - fluid collection causing scrotal swelling
- Peyronie’s disease - penile scarring, causing deformity
- Hematuria - blood in urine
- Kidney stones - stones in the kidneys or ureter
- UTI - bladder, kidney, urethra, or ureter infection
- Epididymitis - inflammation in a testicle tube
- BPH - enlarged prostate gland
- Cancer - bladder, kidney, prostate, penile, urethral cancer, and other urologic oncology
- Infertility- vasectomy
Dr. Haseeb is an expert diagnostician who uses information like elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels, urinalysis, and imaging tests to determine what kind of treatment you need.
Because Dr. Haseeb is the fellowship-trained urologist, he is a tertiary referral for other urologists in the area who rely on his expertise for complex urological care.
Is medical or surgical urology better?
Medical and surgical urology are both useful. Your treatment depends on not only your condition but also your personal preferences, medical history, general health, and many other individual factors.
Dr. Haseeb believes in prescribing only the necessary treatments. He generally starts treatment with medical management and monitoring. This allows you to stay comfortable and healthy without undergoing any surgery before it’s needed.
If your symptoms grow worse, Dr. Haseeb explains all your surgical treatment options and recommends the best one for you.
When you’re seeking general urology care, choose a provider who has experience in all the areas you need help with. At Family Urology Associates, Dr. Haseeb is a general urology expert who offers the best in medical and surgical care. Book your appointment by phone or schedule online.