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Considering a Vasectomy? Explore Our No-Scalpel Technique

You’re considering a vasectomy because you don’t want any (or more) children. Still, you’re leery. Even though a vasectomy is less invasive and dangerous than tubal ligation in women, it still involves knives and stitches, doesn’t it? Not anymore.

Oct 13th, 2020
Common Causes of Male Incontinence

Only 3-11% of men experience urinary incontinence. But if you’re in that minority, you’re probably feeling pretty “pissed off” right now. Why can’t you hold your urine anymore? There could be a number of reasons.

Sep 21st, 2020
4 Ways to Lower Your Risk for Prostate Cancer

When you learn that almost 200,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year, and more than 33,000 will die, you make a decision: You’re going to lower your risk every way you can. Where should you start?

Aug 20th, 2020
Erectile Dysfunction: Can Lifestyle Help?

Oh god. It happened again. You were in the middle of making love to your partner and you just lost it. Your erection, that is. You’d rather not take pills or hormones. Well, it turns out you might not need them.

Jul 27th, 2020
Dehydration and Kidney Stones: What's the Link?

You drink water every day. So when your doctor says you have kidney stones because you’re dehydrated, you think they must be wrong. But it takes more than drinking water to stay well hydrated and stone-free. Keep reading to learn more.

Jun 18th, 2020
Changing Your Diet to Prevent Kidney Stones

You finally passed that kidney stone, and you don’t ever want to go through that trauma again. You can prevent kidney stones by tweaking your diet. But the tweaks depend on what type of kidney stone you’re trying to prevent. Read on to learn more.

Apr 24th, 2020
Tips for a Speedy Recovery after a Vasectomy

You’re thinking of joining the 500,000 men in the U.S. who’ll get a vasectomy this year. You’ve heard it doesn’t hurt. Much. But you might be sore for weeks. Is there any way to speed up recovery so you can get back to your life?

Mar 3rd, 2020
Should I Be Concerned about Elevated PSA?

When your doctor says your PSA levels are high, you start to worry. Does that mean you’re now one of the 1-in-9 men who develop prostate cancer over their lifetime? An elevated PSA doesn’t necessarily mean you have cancer, but it does need attention.

Feb 1st, 2020
Use Shock Waves to Break Up Your Kidney Stones

Smaller kidney stones can pass out of your body without you even knowing, but larger ones can be extremely painful. Noninvasive shock wave therapy, or (ESWL), breaks up kidney stones so they can exit your body easily.

Jan 1st, 2020
When Is Urinary Tract Reconstruction Necessary?

Urinary tract issues can be uncomfortable and embarrassing, but with the right reconstructive procedure, you can get your life back to normal. The latest advances in these types of surgeries are almost futuristic.

Oct 1st, 2019
What Can I Do About Erectile Dysfunction?

Millions of men suffer from erectile dysfunction, but the good news is that today there are lots of ways to treat it. If you're dealing with ED, read on to learn how simple it can be to find the solution that works for you.

Aug 31st, 2019
Spotting the Warning Signs of Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is serious, but it can be treated successfully — as long as it's caught early. Learning the symptoms of prostate cancer can help you determine when it's time for an evaluation.

Aug 5th, 2019
7 Factors to Consider Before Getting a Vasectomy

When you and your partner are sure you don’t want any children — or any more children — you might be considering getting a vasectomy. There are lots of things to keep in mind, however, before making that decision. Here are seven such considerations.

May 9th, 2019
What Are Kidney Stones and How Can They Be Treated?

Kidney stones commonly occur if you don’t drink enough water, eat a high-protein diet, or have a family history of kidney stones. And if you have one, it can be more painful than you ever imagined. What are kidney stones and how can you treat them?

Apr 9th, 2019
What is a PSA Test and Why Should I Have One Done?

If you’re a man over 40, staying on top of your health includes routine PSA tests to protect you from prostate complications, including cancer. Learn more about this simple preventive test and schedule yours today.

Mar 1st, 2019
3 Benefits of Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery

No one likes the idea of urologic surgery, but there's no better time than now to undergo such a procedure, thanks to robotic and minimally invasive surgery options. Read on to learn about the benefits of these groundbreaking new technologies.

Feb 1st, 2019
Ureteroscopy: Non-invasive Treatment for Kidney Stones

Kidney stones can be excruciatingly painful, and while some small ones may pass on their own, others need to be removed by a doctor. Ureteroscopy is a non-surgical alternative that can be very effective in removing many stones. Here's how it works.

Dec 17th, 2018
What Does It Mean if My Prostate Is Enlarged?

You may have begun to notice the symptoms of an enlarged prostate and are wondering what this could mean. Don't worry; most men experience the same thing at some point in their lifetime.

Jul 3rd, 2019
Erectile Dysfunction: Learn About Our Solutions

Erectile dysfunction may affect as many as 1 in 4 men under the age of 40 and as many as 18 million men across the country. There are far more options than just the “little blue pill.”

Sep 4th, 2018