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Blog Posts from 2021

Prostate Cancer Prognosis: Life Expectancy After Diagnosis

As with any other type of cancer, receiving a prostate cancer diagnosis can be a devastating experience, which can set off a cascade of emotions and a deep-seated fear of the unknown, If your doctor has just delivered the dreadful news, it makes sense to know all of the important details about your diagnosis and…

How Often Should You See Your Urologist for Checkups?

While women visit their gynecologists regularly (usually annually), as a man you know that you should likewise see a urologist. For men, urologists check for and address issues which are related to the reproductive and urinary systems – everything from an enlarged prostate (BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia) causing difficulty urinating to symptoms of Peyronie’s…

Things to Ask Urologists Before Surgery

Most urologists focus on men’s health, which includes everything from prostate health to sexual health to urinary issues. Urologists often perform surgery to correct Peyronie’s disease, to perform penile implants, and help with stress urinary incontinence. If you are having a surgical procedure performed by your urologist, you will surely have a few questions. The…

What You Need to Do For a Common Urological Problem

If you struggle with a urinary tract problem, you probably feel miserable and just want to feel better as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are ways to support your urologic health and address issues when they arise. Let’s look at some strategies to keep your natural plumbing system flowing properly. Examples of Common Urinary Tract…

How to Find the Best Urologist for Your Condition

We all know how important our kidneys (and urinary system) are to our overall health, and as a man you probably know that a urologist is the type of doctor you should see for anything revolving around men’s health and sexual issues. Whatever your health condition is, you will want to see a urologist who…

7 Tips for Men’s Health

As a man, you likely put your loved one’s health and needs before yours. You may never even think of going to a doctor unless you are experiencing severe symptoms. Doctors do not recommend this approach — you should not wait for a serious health issue to see a doctor. There are preventive services that…

Understanding Male Infertility

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in roughly 8 percent of couples who are unable to conceive, male infertility is the identifiable culprit. If you have spent years trying to conceive and are concerned that you may be a statistic, read on to learn about male infertility, particularly its causes, how…

Ways to Avoid Urological Issues as You Age

Urology problems can affect people of any age, but these tend to be more common among older adults. While not all issues can be prevented, there are steps you can take to look after your urological health as you age. Urology focuses on conditions that affect the urinary tract, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and…

Benefits of an Active Lifestyle for Men with Prostate Problems

Despite its wee size, the prostate can be a troublesome gland. It is susceptible to various problems, namely benign prostatic hyperplasia (prostate enlargement), inflammation (prostatitis), and prostate cancer. Significant scientific evidence has established the role of exercise in both minimizing men’s risk of developing prostate problems and in mitigating their symptoms. For men living with…

10 Vital Men’s Health Pointers from a Urologist

For many men, providing for their families is their top priority, so much so that they tend to shy away from looking after themselves. They often take their health for granted until they start to have problems with it. If this sounds like you, it is time to take charge of your health—and the same…

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