Urogenital diseases in both men and women, although often underestimated, have a large incidence and an extremely negative impact on the quality of life.
In women, genitourinary disorders progress after menopause, causing itching, burning, and dyspareunia. But these issues aren’t the only result of the natural course towards menopause. 70% of women undergoing radiotherapy, even in childbearing age, suffer from it.
But these issues aren’t the only result of the natural course towards menopause. 70% of women undergoing radiotherapy, even of childbearing age, suffer from it.
Even in mens, radiation damage can occur in the short and long term, affecting skin and organs. Hence the commitment of scientific research in urology and the development of products that meet the needs of physiological well-being for men and women.
Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Male Fertility and Andrology
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