Urological Surgeon based in Norfolk, with a subspecialty interest in kidney and testis cancer

“Whatever your concern, I am dedicated to ensuring you have access to the very best care.”

David Manson-Bahr




You have two kidneys located at the back of the upper abdomen. They essentially filter the blood, but they also play a vital role in keeping the body in a steady state. Urologists treat structural abnormalities…


The prostate gland is only present in men. It surrounds the urethra (the tube that carries the urine from the bladder). Its main function is to help make semen and it grows as you get older leading to…


There are two types of blood in the urine. Non-visible blood, which is found on the urine dipstick test commonly performed at the GP surgery, and visible blood, which is blood that you can see…


Urinary symptoms are common in both men and women. In men they tend to develop with age as the prostate gland enlarges with age. Common symptoms include frequency, urgency, nocturia…


Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common, especially in women. Most UTIs are treated by the GP. You may need to see a urologist if the urine infection is becoming problematic…


Most lumps on the testicle are benign. Cysts arising from a structure called the epididymis are common. These can feel like lumps on the testicle. Fluid around the testicle is also common, particularly…


Foreskin problems are extremely common. These can affect any age. A tight foreskin can cause problems on erection or during sexual intercourse. A tight foreskin can be “physiological”…


Around 9% of the population will develop a kidney stone within their lifetime and they can affect people of all ages. Most people are asymptomatic unless the stone moves out of the kidney into…

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