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.
Painful urination is a common problem, but luckily, it’s usually fairly simple to treat. Any number of issues can cause pain or difficulty urinating, a condition that is technically called dysuria. Here’s a look at some of the most likely culprits.
When it comes to undergoing a vasectomy procedure, the pre-operative prep and aftercare are just as important as the procedure itself! Even though it’s a minimally invasive procedure that only takes about 30 minutes to complete, our physicians want to inform patients that before and after care should be completed in a fashion similar to a regular surgery.
There’s no telling how long vasectomies and March Madness have been a perfect pair, but we do know that urologists across the country have a long history of offering specials to men who undergo the procedure during the tournament.