Urethrotomy

Urethrotomy at Beacon Park Hospital

A urethrotomy is an operation to relieve the symptoms of a narrowed urethra by widening it.

If you have symptoms that suggest your urethra is narrowed, our experienced surgeons can promptly perform a urethrotomy to help relieve them so you can enjoy a better quality of life.

Our Ramsay hospitals offer you the latest facilities and technology, a private room and a healthy a la carte menu, as well as competitively priced high-quality care.

At Ramsay Health Care UK, you will not have to wait for an appointment or treatment. Our aim is to get your body back to full health as soon as possible so that you can continue your life without worrying about urine issues.

Ramsay is committed to adhering to strict protocols to control and prevent infection, including Covid 19. Keeping our patients and staff safe is our primary concern.

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