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Below are blogs from Affiliated Urologists.

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.

Discovering blood in your urine can be a scary moment, but in many cases it may not be serious. Here's what you need to know if you or your doctor finds blood in your urine.

Vasectomies often have a bad reputation in the movies and other entertainment mediums, but it’s important to note that this procedure is relatively simple and virtually painless. 

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem, affecting some 50% of men between ages 40 and 70. Many people have questions about ED, so in this blog we’re trying to answer some of them.

Did you know that on average Americans over the age of 45 take four prescription medications daily?1 According to the IMS Health Institute for Healthcare Informatics, Americans spend over $200 billion annually on unnecessary medications.2

Many men over the age of 50 experience sleepless nights due to the frequent need to urinate. Does this sound familiar? Are you disrupting your partner's sleep with regular trips to the bathroom? You may be suffering from an BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), often known as enlarged prostate, and what better time to start the conversation than Movember.

Myth 1: All men should have a PSA test.

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