Below are blogs from Affiliated Urologists.

The kidneys are responsible for a number of bodily functions, including but not limited to: filtering waste, maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance, and producing hormones to regulate red blood cell production.

The color of your urine can say a lot about your overall health and wellbeing.

During the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer and testicular cancer, it's important to know what to look for with these types of cancers. Our physicians can try different cancer treatment options to try to keep the patient comfortable and more at ease about his condition. 

Maintaining a healthy, balanced diet can do a number of things for your body and mind. To start, eating healthy can lower your risk of developing heart disease, certain cancers, and diabetes. A balanced, nutritious meal may also help keep your mind sharp and enhance your immune system’s ability to fight off infections.

We are excited to announce that Dr. Amar Patel has earned Affiliated Urologists' newest UroLift® Center of Excellence designation.

Bladder ultrasounds are great diagnostic tool because of how much information our physicians are able to gather. 

If you've encountered blood in your urine, the first thing you shouldn’t do is panic. Many instances of hematuria (blood in urine) arise from benign causes like a urinary tract infection, an inherited disorder or a side effect from medications you may be taking. 

Testosterone is a hormone produced in men and women that helps control sex drive, bone density, muscle strength, and more.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia describes the non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland.

Dr. Daniel Jaffee is pioneering the movement of training doctors in the UroLift and InterStim systems for prostate and urinary disorders.

Many men and women have wondered when to start seeing a urologist and how often. They have also asked if seeing a urologist is something that should be done regularly, or only when problems arise.

There are many factors that affect how many times you will pee in a day, from how much caffeine you are drinking to an infection to certain bladder conditions.

New patients are always welcome.

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