Mr Ahmad Abdul-Rahman 05205881


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Specialises in

  • Andrology
  • Functional urology/continence
  • General urology
  • Urinary tract stones

About me

Ahmad graduated in medicine (MB ChB) from the University of Aleppo, in 1999. Following initial surgical training in Northampton area he became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, in 2006.
Ahmad was subsequently awarded a higher research degree (MSc) for research into Focal therapy for prostate cancer. He then joined the Yorkshire Specialist Registrar training programme in urology, where he was trained in general urology and developed his interests in female & reconstructive urology, urinary incontinence and management of complex lower urinary tract conditions.
Ahmad received his Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training (CCT) in Urology and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in 2015. I have a mini fellowship in Female Urology and Reconstructive Surgery at the one of the biggest center in the world for reconstruction in Mansoura Egypt.

I am a Consultant Urologist at Hull teaching Hospitals which has a broad catchment area covering Hull, York, Scunthorpe, Grimsby, Scarborough and North Lincoln. I am specialist in treating cystitis, incontinence, pelvic floor weakness and urinary symptoms due to bladder problems ( urgency, frequency,problems emptying, getting up at night, leakage, bladder pain,) I am also interested in male reconstructive urology, including treatment of erectile problems and incontinence with artificial urinary sphincter and male sling after prostate surgery.

I hold academic positions at both Hull York Medical School with involvement in research and teaching for urologists and other healthcare professionals.

Areas of interest

Urinary incontinence
Urinary tract infections
Bladder pain syndromes
Urinary infection
Pelvic floor weakness
Prostate problems
Prostate surgery (including the Urolift procedure) Urodynamics;
Sexual and erectile problems;
General urology
Erectile dysfunction
Artificial urinary sphincter after prostate surgery

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