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.Read More »Overactive Bladder: How to Retrain Your Bladder
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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.Read More »The Relationship Between Peyronie’s, Low T, and Erectile Dysfunction
What’s the difference between BPH and prostate cancer? The most important difference is that BPH, or an enlarged prostate gland, is not cancerous. It doesn’t mean you won’t ever get prostate cancer, but an enlarged prostate is a common condition as men get older. Let’s explain further.Read More »What’s The Difference Between BPH And Prostate Cancer?
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.Read More »Lesser Known Symptoms of Low Testosterone
If you want an active sex life and you have Peyronie’s Disease, there is help. Maybe you are also dealing with erectile dysfunction and all the issues that revolve around that stubborn problem. Can a penile implant correct Peyronie’s Disease? Keep reading to discover how.Read More »Can A Penile Implant Correct Peyronie’s Disease?
Am I at high risk for prostate cancer? This is a question many middle-aged men ask their urologists. You know it’s out there, and wonder if you are one of the unfortunate men who will get it. If you are a man and you’re getting older, then yes, you are already at risk, but what makes for high risk?Read More »Am I at High Risk for Prostate Cancer?
Know your PSA score. With the demands of busy life, it’s easy to overlook your health. But there’s one simple test that every man should… Read More »1 in 8 Men Will Be Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in Their Lifetime
Some men may tell you that getting a vasectomy was easy peasy. We wouldn’t go quite that far, but as surgeries go, it’s not so bad once you get over the anxiety. In fact, the surgery is quick and painless, but it’s very important to understand and follow the vasectomy recovery process.Read More »Vasectomy Recovery Process: What to Expect
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?Read More »How Is BPH Diagnosed?
The American Cancer Society recommends that men with average risk begin prostate screening at age 50. For those with increased risk factors, they suggest 45 or even 40. Before deciding, it is important to weigh the pros and cons with Florida Urology Partners, and whether you are symptomatic.Read More »When to Get a Prostate Cancer Screening