In 2010 I posted about Bristol Urology and how they appear to be one of the better choices of urologist clinic to visit. There are so many stories of men with peyronie's disease being knocked for six by urologists low on peyronie's facts, dishing out "wait and see" responses instead of proven treatments. Positive experiences are worth their weight in gold, so I'm pleased to be able present such an experience to you:
I just wanted to drop you a quick line with a follow up on my progress, having seen Tim Whittlestone privately at Bristol Urology, which was one of the names you suggested and I thought he was excellent. He examined me thoroughly while asking pertinent questions in a polite but professional manner that felt proactive and put me at ease. We have organised a follow up appointment.
I have been prescribed a combination of Pentox and Cialis. In the short term he says Cialis will make erections more painful as it stretches the plaques but he thinks this is a safe combination that is delivering good results, though the time scale of improvement will vary from case to case.
Thank you very much for suggesting Tim Whittlestone as a choice. Parking was easy and it was a straight trip down the motorway so I would say Bristol Urology is a good choice even if you have to go privately. They got me in there with a short wait compared to 6 weeks with the NHS.
If you have any positive stories of urologist visits please do make contact and share your experiences.