The kidney stone. How can something so small, cause so much PAIN and trepidation?! Millions of people develop kidney stones worldwide..
First, it’s important to understand that the prostate naturally enlarges as men age. However, not all men will experience bothersome urinary symptoms.
Sudden urinary leakage…it happens to both men and women of all ages, and fitness levels. Whether you’re a couch potato, a high school athlete, or a seasoned marathon runner, urinary leakage happens!
Before discussing testosterone levels, it’s important to understand what testosterone is, where it is produced, and how it affects the human body.
What is a Bladder Diet? Patients often ask if we have recommendations for a bladder diet — foods that will help ease certain bladder symptoms. The short answer is, yes, there are foods that can help the bladder. However, there are others that can irritate the bladder. Initially, it’s important to identify which urinary health condition you’re hoping to support through diet modifications.
Have you ever seen a big, smooth stone sitting nicely in a flower garden? Now think about that big, smooth stone sitting in your bladder! Yes, bladder stones can be very small, or they can become very large..
Normally, there is no pain involved in this condition, so seeing blood might be your first hint that something is out of sorts. Blood in the urine is called hematuria, and presents itself in two ways..
We’re all familiar with television commercials featuring middle-aged men in bathtubs coping with Erectile Dysfunction. In reality, Erectile Dysfunction (ED) affects men of all ages. It is primarily associated with..
Each September, special emphasis is placed on prostate cancer awareness. While awareness campaigns in September are meaningful, in reality, the importance of prostate cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment is a year-long concern..
Of the 10,000+ Urologists now in the United States, less than 400 are females.Based on these figures, you could assume that female urologists are hard to find but The Urology Team is proving otherwise..