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AVISO SOBRE COVID-19: Todas las cirugías y procedimientos electivos han sido retrasados. Vea nuestra normas para visitas. Si cree que tiene síntomas, llame a su médico para una visita por vídeo antes de acudir en persona a uno de nuestros centros. Si desea más información, por favor visite nuestro Centro de Información del COVID-19 o llame a nuestra Línea Directa: 1-844-444-CV19 (1-844-444-2819).


Urination Problems

Our Department of Urology team diagnoses and treats a full spectrum of urological disorders, from kidney stones to difficulty urinating to infertility, as well as complex conditions like cancer.

Our team approach to diagnosis and treatment is designed to ensure that you receive comprehensive, seamless and coordinated care focused on your individual needs.

This team approach allows us to offer the highest quality of care for the management of the following conditions:

Have questions? Need an appointment? Call us at 718-920-4531 (adults) or 718-920-7497 (children) to get the care you need.


Both men and women experience difficulty urinating at different times in their lives. Women experience this problem when they become sexually active, during or after pregnancy, and as they age. Men also experience difficulty urinating, particularly as they age. Some of the difficulties patients experience are the result of trouble with the bladder, an organ that stores urine before a person urinates. In older men, enlargement of the prostate can cause blockage, which results in decreased urine flow and the feeling of not being able to empty the bladder.


Both men and women can experience leakage of urine, and this is called urinary incontinence. For women, this problem often occurs after childbirth and may be correctable by medication or specialized surgical procedures. Men often experience leakage if the bladder does not empty well. This is often, though not always, the result of an enlarged prostate gland.