I am Dr Colin Teo, Senior Consultant Urologist based in Gleneagles Hospital Singapore. I have a wide area of expertise and experience in Urinary Stone Disease harnessing Shockwave and Laser Endoscopic equipments & Endourology techniques. I have special interests in Laparoscopic and Robotic key-hole surgery in Urological Cancers such as kidney, prostate, bladder, testicular & penile cancers. My practice is devoted to Men’s Health, Andrology & Subfertility with a strong foundation in General Urology treating Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), overactive bladder and inguinal hernia treatment. For best patient outcomes, I regularly engage a multidisciplinary approach combining pharmacological, minimally invasive surgery and multimodality therapy when indicated with related specialists. I was the Founding Head of the Urology Department in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital while in public service and am a recipient of multiple patient service champion Gold excellence awards. I completed my Urology advanced surgical training in Singapore General Hospital Urocentre, received my Fellowship in Endourology (stones/laparoscopy/cancer) & Andrology (men’s health/fertility) in St James’s Hospital in the United Kingdom and went on to complete my Senior HMDP in Advanced Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgery in Keck Institute of Urology, University of Southern California (USC). I am a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh and hold a Master of Medicine Degree in Surgery. I am a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore and attained my Fellowship in the European Board of Urology at the postgrad Examination held in Prague and Athens. I started my medical career through a Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) medical scholarship graduating from the National University of Singapore and was commissioned as an officer with the coveted Sword-of-Honour from the Singapore Armed Forces Medical Training Institute. Driven by compassion to help people, I am still active in humanitarian missions receiving the Healthcare Humanitarian Award in Singapore. I am the re-elected President of the Society for Men's Health of Singapore; Urology Residency Advisory Committee Member & Exit Examiner; Council Member of the Chapter of Urologists, College of Surgeons; Appointed NUS Yong Loo Lin's School of Medicine Adjunct Asst Professor & MBBS examiner; Invited Founding Member of the Robotic Surgery Society of Singapore; Invited Founding Member in the newly formed Androgen Society; Member of the Asian Society for Female Urology, Society for Continence Singapore, Endourological Society, International & Asia-Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine and invited faculty in many international and regional conferences. Learn more about Gleneagles Hospital here: https://patients.smarterhealth.sg/hospital/gleneagles-hospital-singapore/ Learn more about me here: https://patients.smarterhealth.sg/specialist-doctor/colin-teo/ I am excited to be here to share/discuss Urological Health with everyone. Ask me anything! === Want to ask a question? Submit your question at the bottom of this page. Don’t forget to include your name and email address to get notified when the doctor answers your question.
Is it normal if I feel one of my testis is bigger than the other? I touch it and I can feel a lump in the right one. I used to have an acne problem on my testicles and they itched. But the issue has since been cured by an ointment given to me by a doctor. Do you think my current problem is still related to the previous acne condition, Doc?
Doctor, why does thin white liquid often flow out of my penis, although it is not erected?
These 2 days, my urine is foaming. My frequency of urinating is also reduced, only around 3 times a day. I drink a lot of water but the problem persists. Why is this so, Doc?
Doctor, why do I urinate 15 times a day? Sometimes I cannot hold my urine. I don’t feel any pain around my hip and lower left abdomen. Why is this so, Doc?
On my penis shaft, there is an open bump, with pus. I googled and found out that it is an STD. But I have never have had sex before, Doc. This has been 4 days. Can I apply some ointment so the wound can dry up soon?
Doctor, I have a problem with narrowing of my urinary tract. I have 3x stents, and now my kidney is swollen, grade 3-4, and there is a simple cyst in my kidney and the kidney is thin. I was advised to have the kidney removed, even though previously I was only advised to get the narrowing tract cut. According to my doctor, there is to no point in keeping the kidney because there is a simple cyst. Also the function of my kidney is good enough at my 64 years of age and creatinine level is at 0,90, so I should be fine with only one kidney. My question is, what if I keep my kidney, and only have the narrowing tract cut? If I have my kidney removed, are there any possible further problems? Please give me your advice. Thank you
I have pus in my urine these 2 weeks. Besides taking antibiotics, what treatment should I do, Doc?