Bladder Conditions Women

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At URODOC, we combine individualised treatment and care to enhance patient experience and outcome.

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Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is a disease caused by bladder cells growing abnormally, most typically in the bladder lining. It develops when the cells that make up the urinary bladder grow out of control and can lead to the formation of a tumour.

Bladder cancers are often described based on how far they have spread into the wall of the bladder. Non-invasive cancers are only in the inner layer of bladder cells and have not grown into the deeper layers. Invasive cancers have grown into deeper layers of the bladder wall and are harder to treat.

Bladder cancer is a serious condition, but can often be treated with minimally invasive treatments such as transurethral resection (TURBT) and intravesical therapy if detected early enough.

At URODOC, a flexible cystoscopy can be performed on site to rapidly diagnose bladder cancer. A biopsy taken during cystoscopy is required to better characterise the tumour. Our team is also highly experienced in a range of bladder cancer treatment and management options.

Interstitial cystitis & bladder pain

Interstitial cystitis, also known as bladder pain syndrome, is a chronic bladder condition. It causes pelvic pain, bladder symptoms and urinary symptoms, including urinary frequency, urgency, and waking at night to pass urine.

Interstitial cystitis more commonly affects women and can have a long-lasting impact on your quality of life. The exact cause of interstitial cystitis is not known, but it is likely that many factors contribute to the condition, such as inflammation. Cystoscopy is an important diagnostic tool that allows inflammation in the bladder wall to be visualised.

At URODOC, we offer flexible cystoscopy in our on site procedure room to aid in diagnosis and management of interstitial cystitis. This condition often requires a combination of treatments to settle its symptoms, and our team is experienced in the multidisciplinary treatment of interstitial cystitis.

Overactive bladder

Overactive bladder (OAB) is a combination of urinary symptoms, most commonly increased urinary frequency and urgency. The sudden, uncontrolled urge to urinate can also cause urine leakage. Another symptom of OAB is the need to get up and urinate at night. Overactive bladder can cause considerable stress and have a significant impact on your quality of life.

There are many causes of OAB, including weak muscles, nerve damage, hormonal changes, medication, alcohol, caffeine and infection. As you age, you are also at an increased risk of developing OAB.

At URODOC, our team is experienced in the management of overactive bladder. We offer a range of treatment options, including medication and bladder botox, and will work with you to best manage your symptoms.

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Dr Lee is a urologist and kidney transplant surgeon with a broad-based expertise of all urological disorders

He has subspecialty focus on men’s health and male infertility, and special interest in minimally invasive prostate enlargement therapy and kidney stone treatment. Dr Lee has received numerous awards for service excellence such as the Service With A Heart Award (2006-2008, 2011) and the Singapore Health Quality Service Award (2016).

  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (Singapore)
  • Membership of The Royal College of Surgeons (Edin)
  • Master of Medicine (Surgery) (Singapore)
  • Fellowship of the Academy of Medicine (Urology)
  • Clinical fellowship at Oxford Transplant Centre in the UK

Prior to entering private practice, Dr Lee served in the public sector for 16 years at SGH, where he initiated dedicated clinics evaluating and treating patients with complex men’s health and fertility issues. He also led the Renal Transplant Program and laparoscopic donor nephrectomy service as Surgical Director.

Apart from clinical work, Dr Lee is active in academia and believes in the importance of grooming the next generation of doctor. He was Senior Clinical Lecturer at NUS’ Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and currently, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Duke-NUS Medical School. Dr Lee is also regularly invited to share his experiences locally and regionally through lectures, workshops and surgical demonstrations.

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Farrer Park Medical Centre, #08-05
1 Farrer Park Station Rd, Singapore 217562

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Sat: 8:30am to 12:30pm

3 Mount Elizabeth, #11-16 Medical Centre, Singapore 228510

Mon – Fri: 8:30am to 5:30pm
Sat: 8:30am to 12:30pm

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