S H Ho Urology
and Laparoscopy
Centre, Singapore
There various causes of erectile dysfunction. We attempt to elicit the cause and provide targeted therapy such as medical therapy (pills), injection of prostaglandin, vacuum devices and penile prosthesis. Sexual counseling is also available as psychological support is often necessary.
Evaluation and treatment of Erectile Dysfunction
Men's Health Services
The centre is aware of the rising need for specialised therapy in the area of men's health. We offer non-invasive evaluation, medical and surgical management of various condition affecting men's health.
Evaluation and treament of Late Onset Male Hypogonadism
Symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases may sometimes be not apparent and delay in treatment would result in more complications. Amongst the area that we offer care are gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, herpes and penile wart infections.
Evaluation and treament of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Evaluation and treatment of Premature Ejaculation
Evaluation and treatment of Male Sub Fertility
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Hormone replacement
Erectile dysfunction
Premature ejaculation
Male Subfertility
Men's Health Services
Surgery for Penis

Late onset male hypogonadism was previously known as andropause or PADAM. It is a condition of low testosterone which is the male hormone often wrongly accepted as part and parcel of an aging male. However, research has shown the benefits of recognizing and treating hypogonadism. We offer hormone replacement therapy with oral medications (pills), depo injections and implants.

Premature ejaculation is now believed to be both psychological as well as physiological abnormalities. We offer sexual counseling and education in stop-start and sensate focusing techniques. Coupled with application of local anesthesia and medications (SSRIs), we can achieve a significant increase in intravaginal latency time.

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Up to 50 percent of fertility problems in couples may involve the male partner. We evaluate with Semen analysis, male hormone profile and ultrasound examination of the testes.

Varicocele is a group of abnormal and enlarged veins in the scrotum and may cause of poor sperm count. Semen analysis will often show mild to moderate oligospermia (decreased sperm numbers) and teratospermia (deformed sperm). This can be corrected with a simple day surgery procedure and sperm count would improve after 2-3 months.

Absence of sperm or azoospermia is evaluated with non invasive method by Transrectal ultrasound examination. Ejaculatory duct obstruction is corrected with transurethral incision.

Percutaneous testicular aspiration or open testicular exploration, biopsy and retrieval of sperm (TESE/TESA/MESA procedures) may be necessary in patients with obstruction of the vas. Sperm can be collected and frozen for use in future IVF/ICSI. The presence of an embrologist within the operation room ensures good collection of spermatozoa.


Updated 3 Oct 09