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Overactive Bladder: How to Retrain Your Bladder

If you have it, you know what we mean by an overactive bladder. You need to pee more than normal, a lot more than normal. You must know where the nearest bathroom is at all times. The medical name is urinary incontinence. You know that too. What you might not know is what to do about it is how to retrain your bladder.

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The Relationship Between Peyronie’s, Low T, and Erectile Dysfunction

There seems to be a link between Peyronie’s disease, low T, and erectile dysfunction, but it’s not entirely clear which comes first. The decreased rigidity, which naturally comes with ED, may be a risk factor for penile fractures, trauma, and Peyronie’s disease. Let’s learn more about the relationship between Peyronie’s, low T, and erectile dysfunction.

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Lesser Known Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Testosterone is the hormone that gives young men their deeper voice, hair on their body, and muscle mass. As men age or for other reasons, they begin to have less testosterone, and consequently have a lower sex drive, are more fatigued, and experience depression. We will discuss the common signs of low T, but focus on lesser known symptoms of low testosterone.

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How Is BPH Diagnosed?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, is a scary sounding name. It affects 25 percent of men by age 55 and half of the male population by age 75. It has easily recognizable symptoms, and is non-cancerous, but some of the test results can look like cancer. Let’s start at the beginning: how is BPH diagnosed?

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