Below are blogs from Affiliated Urologists.

A urinary tract infection, also known as a UTI, is an infection in the parts of the body that have to do with urination. 

Renal lithiasis, or more commonly known as kidney stones, happens when minerals and acid salts crystallize in the urine. This process may produce relatively large kidney stones that are unable to pass through the urinary tract successfully, which can cause immense discomfort.

According to a report from researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine in California, a vasectomy is not linked to decreased sexual intercourse.

When you go for a check up at the doctor, people generally know to drink a lot of water before their appointments because they know they will need to urinate in a little cup. 

Testosterone is the male hormone responsible for regulating sex drive and sperm count, but it also gives men their deep voice and body hair. Around age 30, it is normal for men to begin losing levels of testosterone.

Patients with an overactive bladder may feel the need to urinate often, usually over eight times per day. The urge to urinate is often sudden and can sometimes difficult to control.

Kegel exercises, or Kegels, are a way to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles support the bladder, uterus, rectum, and small intestine. 

 “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.  

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