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David Wilkinson
Specialists in Urology
28930 Trails Edge Blvd.
Bonita Springs

My doctor told me I have an enlarged prostate, but I have no difficulty urinating. In fact, I urinate too often. I have good flow and sometimes I have difficulty making it to the bathroom. If my prostate was enlarged wouldn’t it be difficult to urinate?

Symptoms of an enlarged prostate (BPH) can be frequent and urgent urination rather than difficulty urinating. As the prostate grows and begins to obstruct the bladder, the bladder muscles become thicker, and the bladder begins to contract more often and unexpectedly. A careful urology evaluation can determine if these symptoms are due to enlarged prostate, cancer or a bladder or kidney problem.

I had a vasectomy 5 years ago and I am now remarried, and my wife and I would like to have children. How complicated would it be to have a vasectomy reversal?

A vasectomy reversals are generally very successful when done by an experienced surgeon. We do the procedure using microsurgical techniques in our surgical center under local anesthesia with sedation. It is very safe. There is minimal discomfort and the recovery is similar to a vasectomy. Sperm cells are usually seen in the ejaculatory fluid within 3-4 months and fertility is often within 4-6 months.


David Wilkinson
David Wilkinson

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