Urological surgery

We treat and diagnose diseases of the genital organs and the urinary tract in both men and women. We offer both preventive and scheduled treatment. Confido Surgery Centre uses innovative and patient-friendly laser technology for destructing kidney stones.


Cystoscopy is an endoscopic examination of the bladder that allows the investigation of the bladder and urethral lining using a special instrument called a cystoscope or fiberoptic cystoscope. If necessary, during the examination, tissue samples can be taken for histological analysis.

  • Diagnosis of urethral and bladder diseases
  • Assessment of treatment effectiveness
  • Removal of foreign bodies
  • Suspicion of bladder cancer
  • Hematuria (blood in urine)

The cystoscopy procedure usually lasts up to 15 minutes and, together with preparation, takes about half an hour. During the examination, the urethra is first anesthetized with a special gel, and then the cystoscope is inserted into the bladder through the urethra. The bladder is filled with sterile fluid to better visualize the mucous membranes. If necessary, tissue samples are taken during the examination.

For men, the procedure may be slightly more uncomfortable due to longer urethra. Enlarged prostate can also make the examination more difficult for them. It is possible to perform cystoscopy under general anesthesia, making the entire procedure more comfortable for the patient.
At the end of the cystoscopy, the bladder is emptied. After the examination, you can resume your regular daily activities. In the first 1-2 days, you may experience increased urination, burning sensation, and bloody urine. It is recommended to consume more fluids than usual during the first 24 hours after cystoscopy. Cystoscopy is generally well-tolerated, and serious complications are very rare.

The necessity of cystoscopy and the treatment based on the examination results are determined by your treating physician. Begin your treatment journey with a uroloogist consultation!


Confido Medical Centre
Veerenni 51, Tallinn


Urethrocystoscopy examination (under anesthesia)
Starting from 700 €
Urologist consultation with a nurse
130 €

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