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Get a Second Opinion for Men's Health

Second opinions for men's urological conditions

The UCLA Urology Telemedicine Expert Second Opinion Program offers patients California residents access to our faculty, who are national leaders in all aspects of urology. The Men’s Clinic at UCLA is dedicated to male health and, in particular, to the treatment of conditions affecting men’s urologic, sexual and reproductive health.  From simple medication discussions to complex surgical decision planning, telemedicine expedites access to world class care and can eliminate or minimize travel to Los Angeles.

Both men and women experience urological conditions, but some disorders are unique to men. Getting an expert second opinion at a center specializing in men’s health can be helpful in determining the best course of treatment for your particular condition. The Men’s Clinic at UCLA is a comprehensive urologic center for optimizing men's health with physicians who have expertise in a broad spectrum of male conditions and the latest treatments including:

  • Ejaculatory dysfunction
  • Penile sensitivity
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Peyronie’s Disease
  • Low testosterone
  • Male fertility
  • Microsurgical varicocele repair
  • Erectile dysfunction, penile prosthesis procedure
  • Vasectomy reversal
  • Microsurgical testicular sperm extraction (microTESE)
  • Xiaflex injection

Dr. Jesse Mills, a board-certified, fellowship trained surgeon internationally recognized for clinical and surgical management of male reproductive, sexual and male hormonal conditions leads the Men’s Clinic at UCLA. Dr. Mills specializes in surgical procedures including, vasectomy reversal, penile implant and microsurgical varicocelectomy.

For more information about how an expert second opinion at UCLA Urology works and how to make an appointment >

Note: This service is NOT intended for medical emergencies. If you have a medical emergency, please immediately call your local emergency service phone number, or go to your nearest hospital, emergency room, or urgent care clinic.