If you are experiencing symptoms like sudden urgency to use the bathroom or are experiencing sexual dysfunction, NMC Health is here to help. Our staff will make sure your care is discreate. 

Our team of family medicine physicians can provide help with several issues related to urology:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Urine incontinence
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • PSA Screening
If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the NMC Health Medical Center Emergency Department.

Sensitive needs, kept private

Many people don’t want anyone knowing their health problems, let alone issues around urinary incontinence or issues with male reproductive organs.

At NMC Health, the conversation stays between you and your doctor. It is important to get help when you need it. Many issues dealing with urology are treatable. You’ll never need to worry about your medical privacy being disclosed.

Where to start?

If you find yourself rushing to the bathroom frequently or not making it in time, a trip to your doctor can help. 

Your first treatments for urology needs usually start with your family physician. The family medicine providers at NMC Health in Hesston, Valley Center and Wichita can help with many needs. 

Urology pertains to treatments of both the male and female urinary track system, and the male reproductive organs. 

NMC Health’s providers can screen you for common issues as well as complex problems. Many times, screenings happen at your yearly health checkup. If you are experiencing symptoms, it is best to schedule an appointment with your doctor.

Being open with your doctor about your health problems is important. While talking about problems with urinating or physical issues with sexual intimacies aren’t talked about in casual conversation, the talks you have with your doctor are confidential. Primary care providers are trained to deal with these issue. If your needs exceed what our staff can provide, we can get you a referral to a specialist.

Advanced Treatments

The following list of advanced treatments are performed at NMC Health: 

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When men have persistence issues getting or keeping an erection firm during sex, or loose their sex drive, they might have erectile dysfunction (ED). Every man will have a sporadic issue with not being able to achieve an erection. This isn’t usually a cause for concern. It is only when the a loss of sexual desire occurs or the penis never achieves a firm erection. There are several reasons why a man my experience ED. Some causes are physical and some psychological. Having an conversation with your primary care doctor about your symptoms can help isolate the cause.

If your partner is having issues with erectile dysfunction, it is important to be supportive of their needs. For many men, the idea of having ED is a bigger deal than actually treating it. If they ask for your help with treatment, find a way to be supportive. Some of the causes of erectile dysfunction are psychological, such as anxiety, concerns about physical appearance or emotional issues with intimacy.   

Loosing bladder control can be a concerning and embarrassing problem. Urinary Incontinence can range from minor urine leaking from a sneeze to total loss of control holding your pee.

Reasons to see a doctor about urinary incontinence: 

  • Avoid being around friends or social situations because of fear of a leak
  • Limit your activities or travel
  • Urgently rushing to the bathroom is creating a fall risk

Treatments for urinary incontinence start with a visit to your primary care physician. Staff at NMC Health can help assess if your loss of bladder control.  

Painful urination, discomfort in your groin, burning sensations when peeing or a persistence urge to go to the bathroom are all symptoms of a Urinary Track Infection (UTI). These infections are usually a result of bacteria working their way into your urinary system. The urinary system consists of your kidneys, bladder, ureters (connection between the kidneys and bladder) and urethra. UTI’s are more common in woman than men. This is because a woman’s urethra is shorter than a man’s. If you have any pain associated with going to the bathroom, or any of the symptoms listed above, you need to contact your doctor to see if you have a urinary track infection.
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) tests can help your doctor spot cancer before it causes symptoms. PSA screenings measure the level of PSA in the blood. When the screening detects a higher level of PSA in your blood, it can indicate problems with your prostate gland. This gland is specific to the male anatomy and helps with the creation of semen.
About 13% of all men will get prostate cancer during their life and it proves to be deadly. For the majority of men, their diagnosis of prostate cancer comes at late stages when symptoms present. There are other issues that can occur with the prostate, like prostatitis. Prostatitis can cause pain in your groin, belly and lower back. Screenings can help detect a problem before symptoms occur, increasing your chance of survival and quality of life.