Cystoscopy

Cystoscopy enables a urologist to directly view the inside of the urinary bladder and urethra in great detail using a "cystoscope" (the instrument used).

There are two types of cystoscope:


Cystoscopy may be indicated for the following conditions:


Complications:

Any pain or discomfort in your bladder and urethra usually settles in a day or two.  Taking URAL often helps.  If you develop an infection in your urine, this will be treated with antibiotics.  Blood in your urine may last for 2-3 days.

Follow up:

Dr Meyer will write to both you and your GP confirming your follow up arrangements after your Cystoscopy.  If you have any questions concerning your care after your surgery please contact Dr Meyer's rooms on 07 38834431 or 0488 378016.

Contact Details

For an appointment please
Phone number 07 3883 4431 or
Mobile 0488 378 016
Postal address:
Suite 22, Peninsula Specialist Centre, 101 George St, Kippa-Ring, QLD 4021
E-mail: receptionatjpmeyerurology@gmail.com

Consulting At:

Suite 22, Peninsula Specialist Centre,
101 George St
Kippa-Ring, QLD 4021

Operating at:

  • Peninsula Private Hospital, Kippa-Ring, 4021
  • North Lakes Day Hospital
  • Holy Spirit Northside, West Chermside, 4032
  • Redcliffe Hospital, Redcliffe, 4020
    (a private/intermediate list)
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