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How to Help Someone Who Has Stress Urinary Incontinence

Someone with stress urinary incontinence leaks urine whenever pressure is placed on the bladder. Coughing, sneezing, laughing, and lifting all exert pressure on the bladder and trigger a urine leak. This can also occur during sex. Stress urinary incontinence usually affects seniors and can affect both men and women. Medical conditions and treatments can also…

Male Incontinence: Tips for Preventing Dehydration

Urinary incontinence, which refers to the accidental passing of urine, affects approximately 3 to 11 percent of men in the United States. Urinary incontinence can either be temporary or persistent. Temporary incontinence can be caused by lifestyle factors, such as certain medications like diuretics, antidepressants, and narcotics; and drinking too much alcohol. Persistent urinary incontinence,…

Pre-Operation Instructions: Penile Implants

Penile implants are preferred treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) by men who do not respond to ED medication; indeed, this solution earns a very high satisfaction rate. If you are considering this option to treat your ED, you may be curious about what is involved. Let’s talk about what you can expect in the general…

10 Prostate Symptoms To Get You To The Urologist

Taking care of your urological health and men’s health is very important. The best way you can decrease your risk of getting sick is to consult an expert. If you have a urological or men’s health issue, look no further than Dr. Natale. He can help you with your prostate issues, reproductive health concerns, and…

Is It Normal to Have a Strong Urge to Urinate?

Are you spending too much time in the bathroom? If you’re like 33 million American men, your strong urge to urinate is likely a problem. Why not avoid urinary incontinence with treatment from your men’s health specialist in Charlotte, NC? Dr. Richard Natale provides innovative solutions to this common problem. Why Does Urinary Incontinence Happen?…

Male Infertility: How to Spot It and What to Do About It

When a couple cannot conceive a child within a year of “trying,” infertility of one or both partners is likely to be the problem. You’re probably wondering what the issue is, but the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that infertility is due to the woman in one-third of the cases, the man in another…

How to Choose a Penile Implant and What the Recovery Might Look Like

For the many American men who struggle with erectile dysfunction (ED) or Peyronie’s Disease (penile curvature), the path to satisfying sex life can seem difficult. However, your urologist in Concord, NC, offers a solution that has helped thousands of men just like you. It’s the penile implant, a surgically-inserted prosthesis that creates a normal erection…

When to Talk to a Doctor About Male Infertility

Infertility in men is very common – approximately 30% of all infertility cases can be attributed to male infertility, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). Another 30% can be attributed to females, and the remainder of cases involve reproductive issues with…

How Does a Doctor Diagnose Prostate Cancer?

According to the statistics from the American Cancer Society, there will be an estimated 248,530 new cases and about 34,130 deaths from prostate cancer this year. The alarming prevalence highlights the sheer importance of early detection and diagnosis. If you are a male and in your 50s, it proves prudent to discuss cancer screening with your prostate doctor….

Frequently Asked Questions During A Urology Visit

The urinary system is vital, because it removes wastes and toxins from the body. On the other hand, the reproductive system’s primary goal is self-explanatory. Luckily, we can monitor and take care of these systems with the help of a urologist. To help you prepare for your urology visit, here are some of the most…

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