Men’s Health is often neglected, said Professor Frans MJ Debruyne of Netherlands, formerly, Secretary General of the European Association of Urology [EUA], President of Genito-Urnary Group of the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer [EORTC], President of the European Association of Urological Research [EAUR], Vice President of the Societie Internationale Urologie [SIU], in a lecture delivered at the CMCH.
Male Erectile Dysfunction, Chronic Prostatitis, Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms due to Benign Enlargement of the Prostate, Metabolic Syndrome, life style diseases and Andrapause are problems of men’s health. Urologists are the only experts who are experienced to efficiently deal with these issues related to men’s health. Professor Vinod H Nargund, Lead Consultant Urologist at the Bartholomew’s, Royal London and Homartons Hospitals, highlighted that the present day credit crunch and stress are important factors that aggravate problems pertaining to men’s health. Stress at home, work place and inter-personal relationships can aggravate urological problems of men. Dr Kim Mammen, Professor & Head of Urology at CMCH, pointed out that patients with erectile dysfunction have an increased incidence of coronary artery disease, and therefore, it must be treated immediately. A recent study done at CMCH pointed out that there is definite relationship between erectile dysfunction and coronary artery disease