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2 Best Doctors for Bladder Diverticula in Muzaffargarh

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Dr. Muhammad Amjad

Urologist, Male Sexual Health Specialist, Sexologist

M.D (Latin America), MS (Urology)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
6 Years Experience
95% (90) Satisfied Satisfied

Dr. Muhammad Amjad

Urologist, Male Sexual Health Specialist, Sexologist

M.D (Latin America), MS (Urology)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
6 Years Experience
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What is Bladder Diverticula?

Bladder diverticula are often due to bladder outlet obstruction from an enlarged prostate, urethral stricture (scar tissue in the tube which we urinate out), or neurologic disease. Some of the symptoms including urinary retention (inability to urinate), urinary tract infection, or blood in the urine. They are often found incidentally on imaging for other conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the best doctor for bladder diverticula in Muzaffargarh?

2 best doctors for bladder diverticula in Muzaffargarh are:

  • Dr. Muhammad Amjad
  • Dr. Kashif Ikram

How can I book an appointment with a doctor for Bladder Diverticula in Muzaffargarh?

Click here to book an appointment with top doctors for Bladder Diverticula in Muzaffargarh. Or, you can also call at 04238900939 from 9AM to 11PM to book your appointment.

What is the fee range of the best doctors for Bladder Diverticula in Muzaffargarh?

The fee for the top doctors for Bladder Diverticula in Muzaffargarh ranges from Rs. 500 to 1,000. You can pay at reception when you visit the doctor.

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What is Bladder Diverticula?

Bladder diverticula are often due to bladder outlet obstruction from an enlarged prostate, urethral stricture (scar tissue in the tube which we urinate out), or neurologic disease. Some of the symptoms including urinary retention (inability to urinate), urinary tract infection, or blood in the urine. They are often found incidentally on imaging for other conditions.