This disease is treatable.
Make sure he has seen a urologist.
There are many different treatments, oral medication, injections, etc.
The treatment can be tailored to him.
I would in fact not worry so much.
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Or an error...that happens.
What other questions do you have?
There is very little risk to surgery.
However, no method is 100%
We do not make specific referrals to clinics.
But I will tell you how to do this correctly, as I did above.
He must see a urologist.
This is a specialist who will help him decide the best treatment.
IN most cases, if there is any question, a second opinion would also be in order.
The treatment should be individualized.
There is no way to tell you which clinic to go to: ***** ***** to be based on the urologists exam.
Does this make sense?
It is what I recommended above.
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I can not tell you who he saw or their training.
A urologist is the correct doctor, and he can check that.
If he needs a second opinion, yes, he should see a urologist not associated with the clinic.
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