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Below are blogs from Affiliated Urologists.

Urologists are often seen as the doctors who treat male problems—like enlarged prostate or testicular cancer. But in truth, they treat conditions involving both men and women. They can provide medical and surgical treatment for problems in the urinary tract and the male reproductive system.

Urological health disorders differ in men and women, but difficulty fully emptying the bladder on urination is the foremost reason patients seek input from a urologist.

One of the most common bacterial infections experienced is a urinary tract infection (UTI). It affects around 150 million people worldwide, and is typically diagnosed as a lower or upper UTI.

One out of every 41 men in the US will die of prostate cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Meanwhile, symptoms can be minimal until the cancer has metastasized to other organs.

Millions of Americans per year suffer from back pain. Often, the cause is muscular, like a strain or pulled muscle, or skeletal, like degenerative disc disease, but other times, back pain could be a symptom of something larger.

Many men dread the thought of having a prostate exam and put if off as long as they can. The truth is, though, it's not that bad.

Answers to commonly asked questions about a critical waste-removal system

If you want to avoid kidney stones, make sure you drink plenty of water this time of year.

Lots of things can cause back pain—pulled muscles or pinched nerves, to name a few. You may not realize that kidney problems can be a source of back pain too.

June is Men’s Health Month, a time to consider whether you’re doing what you need to stay healthy. In addition to eating right and exercising, men need to make sure they’re up-to-date on all their health screenings.

You may have seen the ads for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) and wondered if you might benefit. Testosterone, the hormone required to make sperm, is what gives men body and facial hair during adolescence, helps build their muscles, and cause their voices to lower.

Urologist Dr. Daniel Jaffee of Affiliated Urologists Answers Questions about Symptoms and Discusses a Minimally Invasive Breakthrough Treatment Option.

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