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When patients have a problem, they need to be seen that day and not next week. We strive to take care of all our patients in a timely manner. 
Ajay Kwatra M.D.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Urologist?
A Urologist is a doctor that specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of problems of the male and female urinary tract.

Do Urologists perform surgery?
Yes, Urologists see patients in the office and perform surgery in the office or operating room if needed.
Does Dr. Kwatra perform his own surgeries?
Yes.  Dr. Kwatra personally operates on all his patients.  There are NO training doctors or assistants that do the surgery.
Do I need a referral from another doctor or my primary care doctor?
NO.  If you have a urological problem you can make an appointment directly with our office.  Some insurance companies do require referrals from your primary care doctor, but we can help you with the process.
Do I have to go see my Primary Care Doctor first?
No.  If you have a Urological problem such as a bladder infection, blood in the urine or kidney stones,  you can make an appointment with our office directly.
Does Dr. Kwatra go to the hospital? 
Yes.  In recent years many primary care doctors have stopped seeing their patients in the hospital.  They have turned over the hospital care of their patients to doctors that only see patients in the hospital called Hospitalists.  Dr. Kwatra sees all of his patients in the office and in the hospital when they are admitted.
Where does Dr. Kwatra see patients?
Dr. Kwatra sees patients in his office in Conroe and in The Woodlands.
What hospitals does Dr. Kwatra see patients in?
Conroe Regional Medical Center, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands, St. Lukes Community Hospital.
Does Dr. Kwatra do surgeries at any Surgery Centers?
Yes.  He has privileges First Surgical The Woodlands and Conroe Surgery Center.
What if I don’t have insurance, can I be seen?
Yes.  Dr. Kwatra will see self-pay patients.  We have discounted office visit charges, this does not include any surgery or further testing.  Please call the office for further information.
Do you have same day appointments? 
We can accommodate some patients on the same day.  If you are having a severe problem such as pain, bleeding, inability to urinate please make sure that when you call, you make my staff aware of the problem and we will try to accommodate you that day.
Should I go to the Emergency Room?
Many times patients have problems that happen suddenly and the question is whether to go to the Emergency Room or the doctor’s office.  If our office is open we are happy to see you and can save you the time and money of going to the Emergency Room.  If a problem occurs after hours, please call the office and Dr. Kwatra can advise you on the best course of action.
I had blood in the urine and was given antibiotics.  Do I need to see Dr. Kwatra?
Although blood in the urine can be due to an infection it is very important to recheck the urine in 1-2 weeks to make sure it is resolved.  If bleeding persists in the urine then other causes such as kidney stones, or cancer should be looked for.  Please call our office to make a follow-up to make sure that the blood in the urine has resolved and no further testing is needed.
I went to the ER and they diagnosed me with a kidney stone and my pain is gone, do I need to see Dr. Kwatra?
Many times the pain the patient has with a kidney stone is severe but gradually improves over the next day or two.  This may not mean that the stone has passed.  A stone that does not cause any pain can still lead to permanent kidney damage.  Please call our office to make sure the stone has passed and also to learn about how to prevent further stones.