Below are blogs from Affiliated Urologists.

You probably never think about the color of your urine, but it can sometimes give you clues that you need to check on a medical problem. What color should you see when you glance in the toilet before you flush? Read on for a look at what the different colors may mean.

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that is nearly 100% effective at preventing pregnancy. If you're thinking about having a vasectomy, check out these answers to questions our patients frequently ask about the procedure.

You've probably seen the ads, urging you to get checked for low testosterone, or "low T," if you're feeling tired and moody or your sex drive isn't what it used to be.

Experts used to recommend screening tests for prostate cancer starting at age 50 for all men—and even earlier for men at high risk.

Dr. Daniel Cooper, one of Affiliated Urologists' physicians, once again was able to complete a successful surgical mission to Haiti this year.

If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), it's important to see a doctor. It could be a sign of a serious underlying medical conditions.

Prostate cancer and testicular cancer can be cured, but as with most cancers, the earlier the treatment, the better the chances for success. That's why it's important to see a doctor if you have any symptoms that might point to cancer.

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.

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