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When & Why to See a Urologist

The urinary system is an integral part of the body’s regulation process. Its primary function is to remove extra water and waste that the kidneys filter out of the blood and would otherwise build up in the body. A urologist is a specialist physician who can diagnose and treat problems affecting the bladder, kidney, urinary tract, and men’s health issues…

What to Ask Your Urologist About Erectile Dysfunction

If you’re having difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection, and it has already become persistent or has caused significant quality-of-life issues, one mistake that you can’t afford to make is to think the problem will just go away on its own. As embarrassing as erectile dysfunction (ED) might seem, it is in your best interest…

Can Stress and Anxiety Cause Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is commonly associated with middle-aged to senior men, but what many may not be aware of is that ED can also be a short-term problem at any age of adulthood. In other words, ED can be brought on by the situation, which is therefore sometimes called situational ED. Situational ED is caused…

Treatments for Peyronie’s disease

Peyronie’s disease is a condition that leads to a buildup of scar tissue at the base of the penis giving it a bent-looking shape. It is complex and has many possible causes, however, it has manytypes of treatment available for it. With Peyronie’s disease, the patients with the best outcomes are usually those who sought…

When Should You See A Urologist For Fatigue?

Chronic fatigue can drain you of your strength and cause you to feel exhausted, physically and emotionally. It can hinder you from enjoying day-to-day activities or from engaging in your responsibilities. One of the best ways to address fatigue is by relaxing and getting enough sleep. If you have a stressful job or personal life,…

Treatments For ED

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a medical condition that affects your ability to get and sustain an erection, which affects sexual performance and satisfaction. It may or may not be caused by serious health conditions, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, or treatments for other diseases that can affect blood flow. ED was once considered…

Causes of ED

A common concern of men is erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence. ED refers to the incapacity to sustain an erection for sexual activity. It’s a concern that affects millions of men and can become more prevalent as they get older. There are many potential causes of erectile dysfunction. Let’s take a look at some of…

Treatments for ED

Erectile dysfunction (ED), which is defined as trouble maintaining an erection, is the most common sex problem that men report to their doctor. More than 50 percent of men are reported to suffer from erectile dysfunction. Men who suffer from ED report feeling embarrassed and a reduction in self-confidence. The condition can also affect the…

The American Urological Association’s New Guidelines for Erectile Dysfunction

Defined as the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for sex, Erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence, can cause a great deal of stress for the many men who suffer from it. It may also affect one’s self confidence and interfere with their social relationships.1 Thirty million men in the U.S., and 150…

Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is so common it is estimated that 30 million men in the U.S. and 150 million men worldwide suffer from ED, according to the American Urological Association. ED, the persistent inability to develop or sustain an erection that’s firm enough for sex, is of great concern to the men and women who live…

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