I didn't understand about the urologist. And what about women - dentists ... Look in the mouth of men? Urologists deal with the entire spectrum of diseases of the urinary system, and prostatitis there, and urethritis (which is more common in women). And there is, for example, a doctor - an andrologist. Here he is - a gynecologist for men, treating diseases of the reproductive system. And women work as andrologists. As calm as proctologists.
Generally, diseases of the male reproductive system are only part of what a urologist does. In addition (and mainly) urologists deal with diseases of the urinary and urinary excretory systems (cystitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis, urinary stone disease, etc.), kidney and adrenal diseases. So women go to the urologist almost as often as men. Moreover, the urologist also deals with the issues of infertility, both male and female.
Counter question: "What is it like to work as a gynecologist, being a man?"
There is one unspoken rule among physicians: the patient has no gender. So, even a urologist, even an endocrinologist, or a proctologist is just a job.