If you are experiencing urological related symptoms or problems and are seeking more information, please click on any of the links below for a general overview of symptoms and conditions. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Gordon M. Castleberry to discuss your health concerns, please call Starkville Urology at 662-324-1097 or toll free at 1-877-285-3875.

Kidney Problems (including Kidney Stones) –  Your kidneys filter waste and excess fluid that your body does not need. Their function is essential for good health. Many kidney conditions may be painful, even life-threatening. Many treatment options and methods of prevention are available.

Prostate Problems – Symptoms can range from an enlarged prostate to inflammation to bladder obstruction.

Testicular Cancer – Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men from age 18 to 34. Fortunately, when detected early, cancer of the testicle is one of the most easily cured types of cancer.  It is crucial for testicular cancer to be diagnosed and treated at an early stage.

Erectile Dysfunction – Many men struggle with erectile dysfunction, also called impotence, which is the inability to attain or maintain an erection that is satisfactory for both partners.

Urinary Problems – Urinary problems are distressing and often embarrassing for the adult man and woman.

Frequent Urination – This condition by itself is not cause for alarm, but if you cannot determine a simple explanation for this symptom you should consider scheduling an appointment to talk with Dr. Castleberry.

Male Infertility – If you’ve been trying to conceive for more than a year, there’s a chance that something may be interfering with your efforts to have a child. Infertility may be attributed to one issue in either you or your partner, or a variety of factors may prevent a pregnancy from occurring or continuing.

Low Testosterone – Dr. Castleberry sees many male patients who complain of excessive fatigue, feeling weak or depressed, and who are experiencing a decrease in their sex drive – all of which are common symptoms of low testosterone.

Bed-wetting – Also known as nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis, bed-wetting is involuntary urination while asleep.