Unpredictable urine leaks affect both men and women, but they are not a typical side effect of aging. Learn what causes urinary incontinence and what treatments are available to stop embarrassing leaks.
When you’re looking for a permanent method of birth control, a vasectomy may be the ideal solution. However, there are many things to think about before moving forward with the procedure. Learn more about how a vasectomy works.
Every man is at risk for prostate cancer, although some men are at higher risk than others. Learn more about your prostate gland and what you need to know to lower your risk for cancer and other prostate conditions.
Infections, cancer, and other bladder diseases can have long-lasting consequences that impact your overall physical health. Learn strategies you can start using to preserve your bladder health and function before complications arise.
While bladder cancer is a treatable disease, there’s still a risk that this type of cancer can come back. Learn why routine screenings are an essential part of your long-term bladder cancer treatment plan.
If you’re not managing diabetes or other chronic health issues like you should, it may ultimately affect your sex life. Learn how chronic diseases contribute to erectile dysfunction and why an integrative treatment plan matters.
Endometriosis is a complex gynecological condition that affects women of childbearing years in different ways. Learn about the four stages of endometriosis symptoms and what therapies are available to treat them.
A number of issues can be at the heart of male infertility. Until you know the origin of infertility, you can’t get the right treatment. Learn about five common causes of male infertility and how we can help you treat it.
If your parents or siblings dealt with renal stones, there’s a good chance you’ll develop them, too. Learn what other factors can increase your risk for renal stones and what nonsurgical strategies are available to treat them.
If your sex life isn’t what it should be because of erectile dysfunction (ED), it’s time to learn more about your overall health. Find out how heart disease and other medical conditions can increase your risk for ED.
Changes in urination or pain when urinating can be warning signs of bladder cancer and other conditions that need medical attention. Learn more about potential warning signs of bladder cancer, so you can get treatment without delay.
Could you be at risk for prostate cancer? About 268,490 new cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed each year. Learn who’s most at risk for the disease and how you can protect your health with regular prostate cancer screenings.
More than one-third of expectant mothers in the United States experience unexpected urine leaks during pregnancy. Learn how pregnancy increases your risk for urinary incontinence and what you can do to prevent embarrassing leaks after childbirth.
If you’re not able to become pregnant, endometriosis may be a contributing factor. Learn more about the relationship between infertility and endometriosis and what treatments are available to help you achieve the family of your dreams.
A vasectomy is a popular procedure for men. When you’re scheduled for a vasectomy, you may be wondering what your recovery will be like. Learn more about the vasectomy procedure and what you can expect after it’s complete.
Pain during sex can not only ruin the intimacy you have with your partner, it can also be your body’s way of saying something more serious is wrong. Learn more about the common causes of sexual pain in both men and women and what you can do about it.
If you live under the weight of constant stress or unmanaged anxiety, your sex life may be suffering more than you realize. Learn more about the connection between anxiety and erectile dysfunction (ED).
Are you having trouble getting pregnant? If you’re not ovulating properly, you may find that achieving a pregnancy is difficult. Learn more about common ovulation disorders and what treatments are available to overcome them.
If you have weight challenges or you smoke, your risk for kidney cancer increases. Learn more about the symptoms of kidney cancer and why routine screenings are important for catching kidney cancer in its earliest stages.
As many as 25 million Americans experience urinary incontinence issues. Some may seek treatment for the condition, but many are too embarrassed to get help. Learn what contributes to urine leaks and what you can do to stop them.
Energy-based vaginal rejuvenation is making it easier for women to improve their vaginal health. If you’re dealing with vaginal dryness or other uncomfortable issues but aren’t ready for surgery, learn how energy-based treatments can help.
Men who opt for a vasectomy as a permanent form of birth control can sometimes change their mind about having kids. What happens then? Do you have options? Learn more about vasectomy surgery and whether or not it can be reversed.
Male infertility doesn’t have to be a cause of shame or embarrassment. Hormone imbalances, infections, and other common medical issues can negatively affect a man’s fertility. Learn about what causes male infertility and what you can do to treat it.
You may have heard about kidney stones, but if you’ve never had a kidney stone before, the pain and other symptoms can be alarming. Learn what causes kidney stones and how you can treat them with conservative therapies or surgery.
Difficulty urinating because of an enlarged prostate is a common issue for men as they get older. Learn how minimally invasive GreenLight laser therapy can quickly restore normal urine flow when medicines aren’t working.
If frequent urine leaks and persistent pelvic pain of a pelvic floor disorder are reducing your quality of life, you might be a candidate for pelvic floor reconstruction. Learn more about this minimally invasive surgery and how it can work for you.
If you’re looking for a long-term treatment solution for erectile dysfunction, it’s time to consider the immediate and long-term benefits of penile implants. Learn how the implant works and how it can improve your sexual health.
Did you know that changing aspects of your life can naturally lower your blood pressure levels? Learn five effective tips for managing your hypertension and reducing your need for hypertension medications.
Did you know that 13 out of 100 men in the United States will develop prostate cancer? Learn more about the risk factors for prostate cancer and when you need to start preventive screenings. You may be ready to begin now.
In 100 men, about 15 will have varicocele that can lead to testicular pain, low sperm counts, and other fertility complications. Learn more about what causes varicocele and when you should seek treatment with a specialist.
Heart health is important for everyone, but women should especially take note. Heart disease is responsible for one in three deaths in women each year in the US. Learn what you can do to stay on top of your heart health with practical tips.
Obesity is a contributing factor to a number of serious and chronic health conditions, including kidney cancer. Learn more about the link between your weight and cancer risk and what you can do now to lower your risk factors.
Infertility is a troubling issue, especially for young women who wish to have a family. Learn more about the warning signs of an ovulation disorder and how the condition can affect your ability to become pregnant.
Over 191,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year in the United States. If you have prostate cancer, it’s important you understand all of your treatment options to make the most informed decision about your health.
COVID-19 has changed everything, including medical care. Protecting yourself from the COVID-19 virus is especially important if you have underlying health conditions. Learn how the urology team is working to reduce your risk for infection.
When unexplained pain occurs, it is always a troublesome development. Unexplained pelvic pain may be the first indication you have endometriosis. Learn more about endometriosis and how to recognize the other symptoms of this painful condition.
If you’ve received a bladder cancer diagnosis, it’s important to understand all of your options for treatment. Learn more about immunotherapy, surgery, and other treatments available to destroy cancerous tumors of the bladder.
Low testosterone affects the general health and wellness of many men, especially as they get older. Learn what signs to watch for and how to get help for low testosterone symptoms that negatively impact your health.
If persistent vaginal dryness or irritation is interfering with your relationship or self-esteem, consider the long-term benefits of vaginal rejuvenation. Learn about your options for nonsurgical and surgical treatments to improve vaginal health.
Early intervention of bladder cancer is your best option for successful treatment. Learn more about the five most common symptoms of bladder cancer you should be looking for, especially if you have a family history of the disease.
Urinary incontinence is a common condition that affects many people as they age. However, unexpected urine leaks aren’t something you have to live with. Learn why you have urinary incontinence and what you can do about it.
When you want a permanent solution for preventing unintended pregnancies, a vasectomy is a safe, effective option. Learn more about the many reasons you should consider having a vasectomy when the time is right.
When treating infertility, it’s also important that you address those underlying feelings of anxiety and depression to increase your chances of conception. Learn more about how infertility impacts your mental health and why treatment is important.
The fear of losing control of your bladder can wreak havoc on your life. To experience it merely confirms how embarrassing it can be, whether at work or while socializing. Female urinary incontinence is actually more common than you think.
If you’re experiencing symptoms like frequent urination and pain, you may have an enlarged prostate. Prostate enlargement is a common issue, particularly for older men, but there are treatment options to help manage the issue.