Dr. Himanshu Aggarwal

Urology and Urogynecology

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Himanshu Aggarwal is the first and only fellowship trained FPMRS/Urogynecology/Female urology specialist in the entire Gwinnett county and one of the few in the entire Atlanta area. He believes in providing compassionate, patient centered and personalized approach to his patients.

Dr. Aggarwal is a skilled robotic surgeon, an expert in male/female urinary and fecal incontinence (NO-MESH techniques), Robotic and vaginal pelvic floor reconstruction using NO-MESH techniques (using patient’s own tissues), pelvic/urethral mesh removal, urodynamics, neurourology, erectile dysfunction, male urethral stricture disease as well as in general urology and urooncology.

Dr. Aggarwal is board certified in Urology as well has subspecialty certification of FPMRS/Urogynecology/Female urology. He completed his medical education and a surgical residency in India, a surgical internship at Duke University, a urology residency at the Albany Medical Center, NY, and an ACGME accredited fellowship in FPMRS from one of the top programs at UT Southwestern, Texas.

Dr. Aggarwal received several honors during his education, has presented extensively at many conferences and published extensively in national and international journals including 5 book chapters and more than 30 journal articles.

Articles Published: 

Estimation of BCL-2 protein in carcinoma of the breast and its clinical correlation in locally advanced breast cancer.

A case of Campylobacter jejuni bacteremia in a renal transplant patient.

Management of undescended testis may be improved with educational updates for referring providers.

Treatment of keloids and hypertrophic scars using bleom.

Expression of leukemia/lymphoma related factor (LRF/Pokemon) in human benign prostate hyperplasia and prostate cancer.

One third of patients with a unilateral palpable undescended testis have a contralateral patent processus.

The role of laparoscopy in children with groin problems

Colour Doppler ultrasound hemodynamic characteristics of patients with priapism before and after therapeutic interventions.

Comparative analysis of pain during anesthesia and no-scalpel vasectomy procedure among three different local anesthetic techniques.

U-shaped prostatobulbar anastomosis for urethral injury after pelvic trauma.

A rare case of incidentally diagnosed primary papillary carcinoma of thyroglossal duct cyst.