Dr. Stephen F. Bardot

Doctor (MD)

Location:
Jefferson, Louisiana Map External Link
Gender:M
Specialty:Urologist
Website: ochsner.org External Link
Practice: Ochsner Clinic Blood Bank
Hospital:
Phone:504-842-3000
Med. School:University Of Kansas School Of Medicine
Grad. Year: 1981

Answers Email: Unknown
Online Appt. Scheduling: Unknown
Accepting New Patients:Y

Profile updated 21/10/13    Submit profile update    Subscribe to profile updates

Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (5 is best), based on 2 reviews. Dr. Stephen F. Bardot has a good overall rating on RateMDs.com. smile

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Urologist-related: urinary tract, prostate, bladder, erectile dysfunction, kidney stone disease, male infertility, prostate cancer, urinary incontinence
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21/10/13 SYSTEM: First Name changed from "Stephen" to "Stephen F." 
 
31/08/13 SYSTEM: City changed from "NEW ORLEANS" to "Jefferson" 
RID: 1448548
24/05/11 5 5 5 5 Robotic sugery, Prostate removal, No pain, Short recovery, Functional with pills, PSA= 0 age 67. Good Doctor and Staff. Best type of surgery. 
Insurance: Humana
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RID: 775746
28/01/09 5 5 3 3 Dr. Bardot is short and to the point. I got a da Vinci Robotic prostatectomy. He downplayed the percentages of complications of impotence and incontinence. I was lead to believe most men have no problems after surgery. I was told after surgery that my nerves were spared and my anatomy was very good and that I should have no problems. However, most men do have incontinence and impotence problems and I was one of them. I was told there was sex therapy available. This consisted of Cialis being prescribed. After that did not work I was given tri mix compound to inject. This caused peronies disease. Now I am being offered a penile implant which will cost my insurance, if approved, $30,000! I had a very slow cancer and I could have lived another 20 years without surgery. Pca cancer patient are scared into getting surgery. Not all Pca need to be removed. Watchful waiting is a good way to keep an eye on the cancer until it is establish that it is a fast growing cancer and treatment chosen. 
Insurance: United Healthcare
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