Gay or Gay Friendly Urologist in Houston

  • throwaway73

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    May 03, 2012 8:50 PM GMT
    Does anybody in the Houston, TX area know of a gay or gay-friendly urologist? I'd rather my urologist be somebody who's comfortable with the fact that I like to take it up the you-know-what. :-/
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    May 04, 2012 12:11 AM GMT
    LOL Why do you need to see one at 25 already??
  • barriehomeboy

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    May 04, 2012 12:53 AM GMT
    I'm no where near huston but I had a urological incident. Maybe I can help you refine the question on google. This isn't the place.
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    May 04, 2012 1:29 AM GMT
    Use the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Provider Finder:
    https://glmaimpak.networkats.com/members_online_new/members/dir_provider.asp

    Good luck
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    May 04, 2012 1:55 AM GMT
    bluey2223 saidLOL Why do you need to see one at 25 already??


    Men can get urological problems at any age. Things happen. I'm 26 and have prostatitis. I have no idea how the hell I got it, but I do.
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    May 04, 2012 1:58 AM GMT
    Ummm its the 4th largest city in the US. I'm sure there are plenty of gay friendly drs.
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    May 04, 2012 7:31 AM GMT
    You're in Texas, where men are men and livestock runs scared.
    Man up and tell the doc everything he needs to know. If he can't handle that you're gay, kick him in the balls.
  • throwaway73

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    May 04, 2012 8:53 AM GMT
    pocketnico said
    bluey2223 saidLOL Why do you need to see one at 25 already??


    Men can get urological problems at any age. Things happen. I'm 26 and have prostatitis. I have no idea how the hell I got it, but I do.


    I've got frequent urination (high frequency with low volume), microscopic blood, and it's worse at night. Infectious and endocrine problems have been ruled out already. :-/


    msuNtx saidUmmm its the 4th largest city in the US. I'm sure there are plenty of gay friendly drs.


    paulflexes saidYou're in Texas, where men are men and livestock runs scared.
    Man up and tell the doc everything he needs to know. If he can't handle that you're gay, kick him in the balls.


    While this is the 4th largest city in the US, it's still homophobia land here.

    barriehomeboy saidI'm no where near huston but I had a urological incident. Maybe I can help you refine the question on google. This isn't the place.


    I tried "(GAY OR glbt OR lgbt) houston urologist" with nothing really helpful. I only found a non-board certified MD who advertised in a gay publication and a local PhD researcher (who i already contacted for recommendations).

    trek1345 saidUse the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Provider Finder:
    https://glmaimpak.networkats.com/members_online_new/members/dir_provider.asp

    Good luck


    I already looked here but the MDs that pulled up were only psychologists and primary care providers. I'm gonna contact some of these people but I'm not sure they'll give any info out without being a patient.
  • throwaway73

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    May 06, 2012 7:48 PM GMT
    FYI for anyone who comes across this post with a similar situation like mine, a reputable researcher in prostate issues with gay men gave me these two names: Brian Miles at Methodist and John Ward at MD Anderson.