Urologist in Hartford, CT
Welcome to Pregenzer Urology
Dr. Pregenzer takes an integrative and comprehensive approach to health care at his offices in Enfield and Hartford, CT. The team offers FDA-approved therapies for erectile dysfunction, including oral medications, urethral suppositories, injections, vacuum erection devices, and penile implants. Dr. Pregenzer has also been awarded the UroLift Center of Excellence achievement for his use of the UroLift System as a minimally invasive procedure to treat symptoms of an enlarged prostate. The team also treats kidney stones, neurogenic bladder, Peyronie’s disease, and urinary tract infections (UTI). They provide urodynamic testing, ultrasound, and vasectomies in the office. Dr. Pregenzer is also knowledgeable in the use of plasma-rich protein (PRP) injections, shockwave therapy, and supplements.
Pregenzer Urology offers a safe and compassionate environment for patients to receive the care they need. Schedule an appointment by calling the office at (860) 962-6600 or using the online booking tool today.
Pregenzer Urology is only practice in the state of Connecticut that has been awarded dual excellence for both Urolift and Axonics!
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What's New at Pregenzer Urology
Some men may tell you that getting a vasectomy was easy peasy. We wouldn’t go quite that far, but as surgeries go, it’s not so bad once you get over the anxiety. In fact, the surgery is quick and painless, but it’s very important to understand and follow the vasectomy recovery process.
Overactive bladder, or OAB, is the sudden and uncontrollable need to urinate affecting men and 40% of women. It can lead to the embarrassing involuntary leakage of urine. If you have an overactive bladder and have tried all the prescription meds with their accompanying complications or ineffectiveness,
Having difficulty urinating? Could it be BPH? Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, is the medical term for an enlarged prostate gland. If you are a male over the age of 40 and having uncomfortable changes to your normal urination, this is one of the major symptoms of an enlarged prostate.
There seems to be a link between Peyronie’s disease, low T, and erectile dysfunction, but it’s not entirely clear which comes first. The decreased rigidity, which naturally comes with ED, may be a risk factor for penile fractures, trauma, and Peyronie’s disease.