Urology Clinic in Barcelona

Welcome to Clínica Sants, your trusted urology clinic in Barcelona.

Prices

50€

100€

400€

Urology Visit

STD Cure - Condyloma

Visit + Vasectomy

TIME SPENT IN THE CLINIC: 30 MIN

ATTENTION BY PHONE: 24/7

Prices include first visit, surgical act and post-control.

Prices

Urology Visit

50€

STD Cure – Condyloma

100€

Visit + Vasectomy

400€

TIME SPENT IN THE CLINIC: 30 MIN

ATTENTION BY PHONE: 24/7

Prices include first visit, surgical act and post-control.

We have the best facilities and most experienced urologists in Barcelona.

Find out everything we can do for you.

Urological check-up, vasectomy operation, frenulum or phimosis, analysis, spermiogram tests… In our urology clinic in Barcelona we offer you everything a man needs to keep up with his reproductive health.

FAQ

1. What is urology?

Urology is a medical-surgical specialty that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of kidney morphological diseases and those of the urinary tract and retroperitoneal tract that affect both sexes; as well as diseases of the male genital tract, with no age limit.

Trust our clinic in Barcelona for your urological visits, we have the most prepared team of urologists and healthcare personnel.

2. Urological check-up at our clinic in Barcelona

The urological check-up has established itself as the best preventive method for rapidly detecting prostate pathology in men. It is recommended to perform an urological check-up from the age of 45.

At the Clínica Ginecológica Sants the urologist can address from a comprehensive, medical and surgical point of view, all anatomical (organs, devices and systems) and nosological ailments (illnesses, syndrome, symptoms and clinical signs), being able to respond to the patient’s issue, from a deep and complete knowledge of the specialty.

3. Vasectomy: What it is and operation

1. What is Vasectomy?

Vasectomy is the male sterilization method. It is a safe, simple method with no side effects. Also known as “duct ligature”. Vasectomy is a surgery that involves cutting off the deferential ducts, through which sperm is transported. Therefore, sperm cannot leave the testicles and you will not be able to get a woman pregnant.

2. What are the pros of Vasectomy?

– Simple, hassle-free operation.

– A definitive and permanent method of contraception.

– The safest method for man.

– Your sexual relationship and ejaculations will remain the same.

– It makes sexual intercourse more pleasant as there is no fear of unplanned pregnancy.

– It is a decision benefiting the quality of life of the family.

– It’s economical.

3. How is Vasectomy done?

It is usually performed in the consulting room under local anesthesia while awake. Or it can be done at an outpatient surgery center.

A small cut is made to the skin. Since you have two testicles, and therefore two deferential, two incisions must be made, one for each deferential duct. Then the deferential ducts are bound and cut. You may feel some tightness and a pull. The wound is closed with stitches. The stitches are not needed to be removed after surgery and fall usually off 7 to 10 days after surgery.

The patient can return home as soon as the procedure is finished, and may return to work the next day.

This surgery does not affect a man’s ability to reach orgasms, ejaculate and achieve erections. Fluid production (semen) in ejaculation continues normally, but without the presence of sperm.

4. How long does the intervention last?

It lasts approximately 40 minutes.

5. Is it painful?

It’s usually painless. Means and anesthetic methods of today’s medicine allow us to eliminate pain in any type of surgery.

The anesthesia we choose to perform a vasectomy is local anesthesia. The application of 2 cc of anesthetic is sufficient to achieve total elimination of pain, persisting only the feeling of touch.

6. When will I be able to get back to my usual sexual activity?

We recommend waiting 72 hours to have sex again without forgetting that vasectomy is not operational as a method of contraception until we have verified by semen analysis that the presence of sperm has completely disappeared. Consequently, sexual intercourse must be maintained using the method of contraception that the couple has chosen.

7. Is there any chance of rejoining the deferential drivers if they wanted to have children again in the future?

If possible, albeit in very few cases. A rechanneling procedure is required. Surgery involves rejoining the cut ends through microsurgery techniques. The more time passes between the vasectomy and the rechanneling, the less successful the surgery is likely to be.

4. The frenulum: What it is and operation

1. What is the frenulum?

The frenulum is a sheet of skin located on the underside face of the penis that connects the glans – the head of the penis – with the foreskin, the skin hood that covers it.

2. When should it be operated on?

The presence of the frenulum can cause discomfort and pain during sex, usually when penetrating a vagina without proper lubrication. In addition, in this case it is very common for the frenulum to break and bleed abundantly.

3. What are the pros of operating the frenulum?

The man will recover the full stimulation of the glans, lengthen the penis a few centimeters and therefore, a complete erection that will lead the patient to more pleasurable sex than before the intervention could not perform.

It is also more hygienic, and once operated does not run the risk of being torn one day.

4. How is the intervention performed?

The intervention will be performed at Clínica Ginecológica Sants in a specialized operating room. The technique used is rather simple as it consists simply of making a scalpel cut in the skin under local anesthesia and with resorbable suture (stitches fall off on their own).

5. How long does the intervention last?

The intervention usually lasts about 10 minutes, depending on the circumstances.

6. Is it painful?

It doesn’t have to hurt. The intervention is simple and performed under local anesthesia.

7. When can I have sex again?

You will have to wait for the skin to heal completely, so it is advisable to wait 15 to 20 days to have sex again.

5. Phimosis: What it is and operation

1. What is phymosis?

A man has phymosis when the skin covering the glans does not allow to discover it. It therefore hinders sexual intercourse, making them even painful, and hygiene.

2. When should it be operated on?

On children, phymosis is operated when it prevents them from urinating properly as the skin closes the outlet of urine. On adults, it is operated when it is a nuisance during sexual relation or personal hygiene, since you can not discover the glans or can only do it with great difficulty. On elderly people, the foreskin may narrow quite a lot so it may also prevent them from urinating properly.

3. How is the intervention performed?

It is an intervention that is performed on an outpatient basis, meaning it is not necessary to check in the hospital as a rule.

It is performed under local anesthesia, applied on the skin of the penis.

4. How long does the intervention last?

The intervention usually lasts between 30 and 45 minutes, depending on the circumstances.

Don’t worry about it, as each patient represents a particular situation.

5. Will it hurt later?

The postoperative period is not very painful, but can be a nuisance. For this reason, the doctor will prescribe painkillers. For a few days the rubbing with your clothes may bother you. To avoid it, cover the wound with gauze. The pain usually goes away in 3-4 days.

6. When can I have sex again?

You will have to wait for the skin to heal completely, so it is advisable to wait 25-30 days to have sex again.

6. Prices

Clínica Medica Sants has economic prices for the first visit in our urology clinic in Barcelona, starting from 50 euros.

The price of urology interventions in Barcelona includes the first visit, the intervention in the operating room, the spermiogram (sperm count for vasectomy intervention) and the Post-Op consult. All this carried out with follow-up by the best urologists of our clinic in Barcelona.

1. Frenulum operation: 340 euros
2. Vasectomy: 400 euros
3. Phimosis operation: 500 euros

For other packs consult our PRICES in the section of our website or if you have any questions call us on the +34 93 339 01 36, we have 24h telephone service and e-mail: [email protected]

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Saturday 8am - 2pm

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Clínica Ginecológica Sants

Calle de Roger, 23
08028 Barcelona

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Monday - Friday  8am - 8pm

Saturday 8am - 2pm

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