Second opinion in penis surgery and genital male tract



When faced with a new diagnosis, which involves surgery for the genital system and especially the penis, you may feel confused and you may need to understand better what is happening to you.

In this circumstance, it may be difficult to make a major decision, especially if there is more than one solution in front of you, if surgery involves some risks, if after surgery, the relationship life may change dramatically.

Many people turn to the network to try to understand more, but the network sometimes does not help, it may even create confusion as the information does not come from qualified professionals and may also be contradictory: those who read may not have all the technical and emotional tools to filter out and weigh the validity of the many sources of information, sometimes unknown.

What could you do to deepen your knowledge and to make sure that the diagnosis and solution identified by your doctor is the only or most appropriate one for your case?

Since the network can be misleading, it is best to avoid the “do it yourself”: it would rather be profitable to ask the opinion of another qualified doctor, as it is the case in other fields of medicine and surgery.

Therefore, my suggestion is to get a second opinion by another Urologist and/or Andrologist: the Patient must not believe that, in so doing, will make a wrong to his doctor since the pursuit of a second opinion on the one hand is a normal practice, that medical doctors know and accept, on the other hand the research of a second opinion is humanly understandable for those who have to face a new and challenging diagnosis.

What is the second opinion about in penile surgery and genital surgery in general?

The second opinion is a further opinion that the Patient can obtain in relation to his clinical condition and that can help to have:

  1. More technical and scientific information coming from the perspective of another professional with different experience;
  2. A broader view of the treatments and therapies available in order to make a more responsible choice;
  3. The possibility of confirming the diagnosis received by your own doctor and, along with it, having the possibility of finding comfort and serenity about what to do. In this case, the Patient has also the confirmation that the treatment is appropriate;
  4. The opportunity to be an active part in treating his own illness and therefore to face it more consciously and more serenely;

HOW CAN YOU FIND A QUALIFIED  SECOND OPINION BY MEDICAL DOCTOR? THIS IS THE RIGHT WEB SITE THAT CAN HEL YOU

Consulting this site is certainly the right way. In fact, you can directly address to me, a qualified Urologist and Andrologist (see curriculum).

I personally will take care of replying to all questions in the field of the Urology and Andrology.

How can you get the qualified consulting service that you need?

  • by directly booking a visit ;
  • by sending your documentation to me, I’ll be happy to examen it with accuracy and report to you: info@giuseppelapera.it
  • by Skype connection: you can talk to me openly, we can exchange ideas and I’ll be happy to help you in any way. The service that I provide can be in English, French and Italian.

To the end of having an even more deeply consultation and a moment of synthesis, without having you to “migrate” from one specialist to another, the Center can rely on a network of specialist colleagues (see below) with which I can work with and integrate my Urology / Andrology competence.

Those specialists are:

  • Endocrinologist
  • Plastic surgeon
  • Interventional radiologist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Psychologist
  • Cardiologist

THE TEN MOST FREQUENT SITUATIONS FOR WHICH I AM CONSULTED FOR A SECOND OPINION ARE:

  1. Penis Prosthesis Implant: Indications, complications and what to expect after the implant;
  2. Induratio Penis Plastic or Peyronie’s disease: when to make an operation? Which kind of operation is better to do?
  3. Penile surgery after failure of a surgical procedure;
  4. Severe erectile dysfunction after surgery for prostate cancer or bladder or anal surgery;
  5. PSA high and suspected prostate cancer: how to go forward?
  6. Hyper sensitive and functional phimosis: how and when to operate the young adult;
  7. Medical Assisted Procreation, to what extent is it advisable to continue to treat the male and when, instead, is it necessary to go directly to MAP?
  8. Varicocele: Do you always TREAT or only in some cases? Which technique to choose and why?
  9. Varicocele recurrence or persistence after failure of treatment;
  10. Premature ejaculation: not just pharmacological treatments.