New York (AP) – You may not have heard of the Japanese practice of urinalysis, which is performed on the same day you get a prostate exam.

But urinalysis has a history in Japan dating back to the 1800s.

It has been practiced for centuries in Japan for men who are unable to urinate naturally and who have severe infections.

The most popular technique is called “urologojin,” which involves putting an ice pack on the testicles to stimulate the urination process.

The practice has been in use since the 1950s and is one of the most popular treatments in the U.S.

A doctor may prescribe an ice cream flavored with a special substance that is supposed to help you urinate.

A urine sample is taken, and the ice cream is poured into a small plastic cup.

Then a special tube is inserted into the testicle to insert the tube into the urethra.

When the tube is removed, the ice is taken out.

After the sample is collected, the patient is tested for prostate cancer.

If the test is positive, a urine sample and blood sample are taken, along with the doctor’s advice about how to treat the infection and the treatment plan.

But it’s not always possible to obtain an in-person test in Japan, so patients often go online to see if they can get a doctor’s appointment online or by telephone.

It can take hours, sometimes days, for the test results to be released, which can result in the patient having to travel hundreds of miles to get an appointment.

And while there are some clinics in Tokyo, many are run by foreign doctors, making it difficult to get a test done in a Japanese hospital.

The costs of urinology and the procedure are sometimes prohibitive, with the cost of a urinal is about $1,000.

The U.K. has been able to get its own online tests done for less than $1.

Some men say they are unable or unwilling to pay the fee.

Dr. Hiroaki Sato, a urologist in Tokyo’s Gion, said he doesn’t see a problem with urinotherapy, but many Japanese men are hesitant to pay a lot of money for the treatment.

“We don’t have a problem [with urinoscopy], but we have a few issues with how much the patients pay,” he said.

The average fee for an inpatient test is around $50, but some doctors charge as much as $100.

There are no limits on the number of tests a person can have in a month, and patients often don’t need to pay if they do not need them.

There are also a few other fees that may not apply to you, like the cost to bring in a sample, the amount of time to wait for the results, and how much it will cost to treat an infection.

Sato said the urologists are not allowed to prescribe urinoplasty, which involves cutting the testes and replacing them with prostheses.

If the procedure is approved, it is usually done in an outpatient clinic or a doctor assistant’s office.

In the U, there are three clinics that perform urinoplasties and prostatectomies, depending on the size of the prostate.

Some have a waiting list and charge a fee for treatment.

One of the clinics, in Tokyo-based Nippon Urogyokan, is owned by a Japanese company.

Other clinics, such as the Uro-Ochi Hospital in Kyoto, charge a few hundred dollars a test, but they do take a blood sample, and they may wait up to two weeks for results.

The prices for urinography and the prostatectomy are not always competitive with other treatments in Japan.

If you have a high-risk prostate and you need a test in a clinic in Japan or the U., you may have to pay out of pocket, or at least have to find an out-of-pocket expense.

The costs of the urinoscopic test are often higher than those of the traditional test, as well.

A Japanese urologic practice estimates the cost at around $1 million for a one-year test.

For patients with low income, urinotic treatments may not be a viable option.

In Japan, patients who can’t afford treatment are required to pay for it, though the cost varies depending on a person’s income.

According to the American Cancer Society, in Japan about 80 percent of men with prostate cancer live below 200 percent of the federal poverty level, meaning the average person’s annual income is around ¥100,000 ($1,400).

A single person can expect to spend ¥20,000 to ¥40,000 on treatment.

The price of urinating and urinating well is not something that many people have any money for.