This blog provides insights into the effectiveness of at-home UTI treatments and why they may not always be the best option. Dr. David Shusterman, a renowned urologist, provides expert tips on how to prevent UTIs.
Your urine says a lot about the health of your bladder, kidneys, and urethra. Advanced urine testing provides you with important information. Keep reading to determine if you can benefit from advanced urine testing for your well-being.
A Vasectomy is a surgical procedure that is performed to block or cut the tubes that carry sperm from a man's testicles to his penis. The procedure is considered a permanent form of birth control and is generally safe, with low risks of side effects.
This blog provides an overview of kidney stones, including its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. It also highlights the risk factors associated with kidney stones and provides home remedies and prevention tips.
Erectile Dysfunction, also called ED or impotence, is the inability to get and keep an erection. The condition affects about one in 10 men between ages 40 and 70. It's not a sign of reduced sexual desire, but rather a problem with blood flow to the penis.
Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE) is an advanced technique that helps to treat an Enlarged Prostate. It's an effective alternative to surgery and other treatments for symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH).
Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects various aspects of your health, including your ability to maintain an erection. Read on to find out how diabetes and erectile dysfunction are linked and how to reduce your risk.
The speed and flow of your urine probably isn't something you think about often — but it's a vital sign of urinary health. Keep reading to discover why your urine flow is essential and what causes problems with the speed of urination.
Kidney stones are painful calcifications that wreak havoc in your kidneys until they pass — but what if they don't exit on their own? Keep reading to discover how shockwave therapy destroys kidney stones for immediate relief.
Benign prostate hyperplasia or BPH is a condition that affects many men. If you have this condition, you don't have to keep dealing with the uncomfortable symptoms. Read on to find out if you're a good candidate for the Urolift procedure.
Prostatitis is a condition that affects men in various stages of life. If you're having painful urination or pain in your groin, you could be experiencing this condition. Read on to find out essential facts about prostatitis.
Your bladder health is more important than you think — but you rarely hear much about it. There are some steps to take for your bladder's well-being. Read on to learn about little-known tips that keep your urinary system in tip-top shape.
Kidney stones cause a lot of pain, and are difficult to pass. If you’re not careful, you could end up with this problem. Keep reading to learn how you can prevent kidney stones and save yourself from a lot of discomfort.
When you’re experiencing urinary issues, it could be due to benign prostate hyperplasia, or BPH. It’s important not to ignore these symptoms, as they could have serious consequences. Keep reading to learn how BPH affects your bladder function.
When you have an enlarged prostate, the urinary symptoms are pretty uncomfortable. Sometimes you can live with these symptoms, but what if you can’t? Keep reading to learn how prostatic artery embolization helps improve your BPH symptoms.
If you’re diagnosed with benign prostate hyperplasia, you need the most up-to-date information to understand your treatment options. There’s a lot of false information out there, which misleads you. Keep reading to find out just the facts about BPH.
Frequent urination is one of the most common symptoms associated with prostate gland enlargement, two conditions that happen more frequently as you get older. Here’s how the two are linked — and what we can do to help.
In the past, medical textbooks described the typical person unlucky enough to develop a kidney stone as a white, middle-aged, obese man who eats an unhealthy diet and doesn’t drink enough fluids. Those books may need an update.
In February, after days of experiencing debilitating back pain, Angela Trostle figured she had pulled a muscle from working out.But when her fever spiked and she couldn’t get out of bed, her doctor nearly sent her to the hospital.