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Ten Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make When Visiting Your Urologist

Urologists are trained physicians who specialize in diagnosing and treating acute and chronic conditions of the urinary tract and male reproductive system. Reports say men often hesitate to visit a urologist, especially those with reproductive system-related concerns. However, it is advisable to consult your physician for any urology needs to avoid future risks/worse conditions. Let’s…

Tests a Urologist May Order to Diagnose Bladder Cancer

The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be 81,180 new cases of bladder cancer in the United States in 2022. While these figures are not as steep as those of skin cancer and breast cancer, the disease is strikingly more prevalent among men than women: 61,700 men and 19,480 women will get a bladder cancer…

How to Choose the Best Urologist for Erectile Dysfunction

If you have decided to finally seek treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED), your next step is to find the best urologist in the area. However, how do you go about deciphering whether one urologist is better than another for you? Let’s talk about how to choose a urologist to treat your erectile dysfunction, and where…

What to Ask When Interviewing a Potential Urologist

If you need a medical specialist, such as a urologist, for a particular treatment or screening test, do you know how to find one? One of the most effective things you can do when selecting a physician is to schedule a consultation or initial appointment. During this appointment, you get a chance to meet the…

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…

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…

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…

How to Ensure Your Urological Check-up Goes Smoothly

If you’re experiencing painful urination, urinary incontinence, and/or chronic urinary tract infection (UTI), and your primary care physician deems that you need specialized care, they will likely refer you to a urologist. A urologist is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of the entire range of conditions affecting the urinary and…

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…

Causes Of Stress Incontinence In Men

Stress incontinence occurs when specific physical movements cause involuntary urine leakage. As the term implies, physical stress triggers unwanted urine flow. Stress incontinence occurs when the urinary sphincter and the pelvic floor muscles are not strong enough to close the urethra. While the condition occurs more commonly in women, it can also present a problem…

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