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Below are blogs from Affiliated Urologists.
“The Big C” is a scary thing for any man, and our physicians can try different cancer treatment options to try to keep the patient comfortable and more at ease about his condition.
For years, cranberries have been touted as a superfruit that can prevent and treat urinary tract infections (UTI).
Medtronic Bladder Control Therapy is an FDA-approved system that aids urinary retention and controls urgency-frequency issues.
We wrote about lycopene-containing foods lowering kidney cancer risk by 45%, but did you know vitamin E may also protect against kidney cancer?
Urethral bulking is a minimally invasive procedure that injects a material around the urethra to treat urinary incontinence.
According to a study conducted by researchers at Taichung Hospital in Taichung City, Taiwan, men with gout are at an increased risk of erectile dysfunction (ED).
Cigarette smoking, whether on occasion or done regularly, is a harmful habit that can cause many diseases and reduce a person’s lifespan.
A vasectomy is minimally invasive procedure that prevents men from fathering children.
If you’re waking up frequently during the night to urinate, you may be suffering from nocturia, or excessive nighttime urination.
Enterocele, or small bowel prolapse, develops when the small intestine lowers into the pelvic cavity and pushes out the top of the vagina, creating a bulge.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia describes the non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland.
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.
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