Expert clinic on Phimosis
talkhealth and The Urology Foundation teamed up to offer our community a chance to put their questions to urology experts on the subject of phimosis. When boys are first born, their foreskin is tight. Over time it gradually loosens until it can be easily pulled back over the penis head (glans). Phimosis occurs when the foreskin remains unusually tight and cannot be drawn back. Some men can have phimosis throughout their life but it may also develop later in life, after puberty. We were joined by an expert in the field Mr Vaibhav Modgil, a urologist with a specialist interest in male sexual and reproductive health.
We are being joined by an expert in the field Mr Vaibhav Modgil, a urologist with a specialist interest in male sexual and reproductive health He will be answering your questions on Thursday 28 April but the clinic will be open from Monday 25 April for you to post your questions in advance!
The Urology Foundation
Fifty per cent of people will suffer from a urology condition in their lifetime. Our urology health is vital to our quality of life. But diseases and cancers of the kidneys, bladder, prostate and the male reproductive system are becoming more prevalent and devastating the lives for millions of men, women and children in the UK. The Urology Foundation is committed to transforming the lives of people with a urology condition through ground-breaking research, training and education. The money we raise is invested directly into research to find better treatments and cures, and in educational training for urology professionals to care for and help people affected by urology conditions.