It can be scary for you to learn about your child’s urologic condition. But it doesn’t have to be. You can trust the skilled team of pediatric urologists at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina to treat your child with care, sensitivity, and compassion. With locations in Apex, Cary, Clayton, Clinton, Dunn, Raleigh, and Wake Forest, North Carolina, the team is well-equipped to help your child recover from bladder problems and other pediatric urologic issues. To set up your child’s visit, call the office, or use the online booking tool today.
Pediatric urology is the branch of urologic care that mainly focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of children dealing with health issues related to the urinary tract or genitals. The board-certified pediatric urologists at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina have ample experience and qualifications to treat child patients compassionately and effectively.
Discovering that your child has a urologic condition can create fear and anxiety for you and your family. The Associated Urologists of North Carolina specializes in this realm of pediatric urologic care and emphasizes education for your family. At each step in the diagnosis and treatment process, your board-certified pediatric urologist will keep you in the loop so that you fully understand how your child’s care will work.
The pediatric urologists at the Associated Urologists of North Carolina treat a variety of health conditions in children, teenagers, and adults, including:
The pediatric urologists have special training and expertise when it comes to the specific treatment needs of children.
Here are some common symptoms to look out for in your child if you suspect troublesome bladder problems:
Getting treatment quickly after recognizing symptoms is important. You can help limit your child’s risk of developing a urinary tract infection or other more serious health problems.
When you come in to have your child’s symptoms examined, your pediatric urologist will first discuss those symptoms with you and your child, review your child’s medical history, and perform a comprehensive physical evaluation. In some cases, further testing may be necessary to achieve a diagnosis.
Depending on the specifics of your child’s condition, treatment may include medication management, minimally invasive therapies, or surgery.
If you suspect that your child is experiencing symptoms of urologic issues — even if you’re not entirely sure if there is an issue — you should come in for a professional opinion. Call the nearest office or request an appointment online today.