• Brief Profile


    Dr Singh is currently the Chief of Urology at Campbellton Regional Hospital and St. Joseph Health Center in New Brunswick, Canada. He completed his medical graduation (MBBS) in 1991 and Master of Surgery (MS) in 1995 from Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, India. He then moved to Mumbai and did his Urology residency training (Diplomate of National Board) from P.D.Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai, India and later on also worked in Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore, India as senior registrar. In early 2001, he went to Canada and successfully completed ASTS (American Society of Transplant Surgeons) accredited renal transplant fellowship from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. In 2004, he did further sub-specialisation in male infertility from University of Toronto, Canada. Apart from General Urology, Dr Singh has special interest in male infertility including vasectomy reversal surgery and renal transplantation. He has received many awards and presented papers in various international meetings and journals. Awards and Honours: Traveling Scholar Award, 2005 by American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Young Investigator Award, 2004 by Canadian Society of Transplantation (CST) Trainee Award, 2004 in Canadian Society of Transplantation (CST) Trainee Award, 2003 in Canadian Society of Transplantation (CST) Chandra Kant Wadhwa Memorial Shield for Best Intern of the year 1992 at Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi, India. Distinction in Anatomy in 1st Professional Year of MBBS in 1988. Distinction in Chemistry and Botany in Bachelor of Science (BSc) in 1984.

Questions Answered by me

It seems that you have lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in the form of nocturia and sense of incomplete voiding. Although your prostate is not...

Answered on : 24 Jan 2011

According to the information provided it seems that you have low sperm count and low sperm motility (Oligoasthenospermia). I think it will be...

Answered on : 26 Dec 2010

According to information provided, your husband may have decrease libido along with abnormal semen analysis specially oligoasthenospermia. He...

Answered on : 30 Nov 2010

The absence of sperms in semen, also called azospermia may be due to many reasons. Your friend is still young (27 years).

He should...

Answered on : 13 Nov 2010

According to your detail description, it seems that your right testis pain may be related to anxiety. You have visited many physicians who have...

Answered on : 04 Oct 2010

Your husband's semen analysis report is not normal. Although natural conception is still possible but its chances are very very low. He should...

Answered on : 04 Oct 2010

Abnormally sized / shaped sperms, also called as abnormal morphology (Teratospermia) may be one of the factors for recurrent pregnancy loss. Some...

Answered on : 21 Sep 2010

According to your descriptions, it seems that you have early symptoms of prostatic enlargement. You recently had rectal examination but you may...

Answered on : 01 Sep 2010

According to your description, it seems that you have been diagnosed with prostate
enlargement on a routine check up. I am not sure what...

Answered on : 20 Jul 2010

There are many causes of testicular pain including inflammation, infection etc. Many points are unclear from your question. If you noticed some...

Answered on : 30 Jun 2010
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