Expert clinic with The Urology Foundation


From painful passing to overactivity, loads of us are living with urology conditions. That's why we are working with The Urology Foundation on a clinic all about peeing troubles so that you can ask your urology questions in our safe online forum. 

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The clinic is an online forum, please contact us if you’re unsure how it works!

The Urology Foundation and talkhealth are teaming up to offer our community a chance to put their questions to urology experts.    

We are being joined by two experts in the field.   They will be answering your questions on Thursday 28 October but the clinic will be open from Monday 25 October for you to post your questions in advance.

If you have a question you would like us to post on your behalf email it to us here

Are you having difficulty peeing?

Most of us will, at some stage, have had a problem when peeing. It’s a function that many of us take for granted each day, but when it goes wrong, it can be very upsetting.

Struggling to pee - Find yourself needing to pee and then, when you visit the toilet, nothing, or very little, will come out or find that it’s very difficult for you to start peeing.

Peeing too often - Some people find that they need to use the bathroom very regularly and, for some people, they’ll feel a very urgent need to find a bathroom or get up many times in the night to pee.

Pain when peeing - If you experience a burning sensation or pain when peeing, this could be a sign that you’re dehydrated (especially if your pee is a dark yellow) but it could also be a symptom of other conditions.

Blood in your pee – this one is simple, if you see blood in your pee don’t delay, get an appointment to see  your GP.

Medical Experts

Professor Marcus Drake

Professor of Physiological Urology at University of Bristol

Professor Bhaskar Somani

Professor of Urology and Consultant Endourologist

Supporting partner


The Urology Foundation

The Urology Foundation is the only UK charity committed to ending the suffering caused by all urology disease so people can live their lives well. We work to ensure that those with a cancer or condition of the kidney, bladder, prostate or male reproductive organs can have access to the best patient care and the very latest treatments. We do this through investment in urology research and specialist urologist and nurse training to achieve our mission of increasing the survival prospects and quality of life for urology patients and, one day, to cure all urology diseases.


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