Summertime is the season of sun, sand, ice cream, and relaxation — unfortunately, for many adults, it also means kidney stones. While weather and kidney stones might seem unrelated, there are clear reasons why they often occur together.
Both women and men develop urologic conditions that can interfere with their sexual health, and the list includes female problems and male issues as well as those they have in common. The sexual health solution often depends on the urologic cause.
Testosterone plays a crucial role in men's health and well-being, influencing everything from muscle mass and bone density to mood and sexual function. In this blog post, we will explore effective, science-backed methods to naturally boost testosterone.
Women get the lion’s share of urinary tract infections, but that doesn’t mean men get off scot-free. And when men get UTIs, they can tend to be more complicated. Here’s what men should know about these persistent infections.
Although circumcision is commonly performed shortly after birth, many uncircumcised men opt to perform the procedure as adults. For most of those men, health benefits like the ones listed here are a big reason why.
Problems with performance can keep you from having a fulfilling love life. Instead of letting your sex life suffer, discuss your symptoms with a urology specialist. Treatment can help you enjoy your sex life again.
If nighttime bathroom breaks ruin your sleep, you’re not alone. One in three adults over 30 make at least two trips to the bathroom during the night. You don’t need to put up with this frustrating condition. Here are five tips to help.
For half of American men, an enlarged prostate gland will begin by the time they reach 60. One of the most common symptoms is the inability to sleep through the night without the strong urge to urinate.
A no scalpel vasectomy is a fast and easy way to provide permanent male birth control. The no scalpel technique leads to faster recovery and lower complications. Dr. Travis Green and Dr. James Harris are experts in this technique.
If you’re a man with urinary tract issues, fertility concerns, and/or sexual problems, a urologist is the specialist you want to see. Learn why and when you should make an appointment with a urologist.
The pain from kidney stones can be intense and long-lasting. If you’ve experienced stones, or if you want to avoid them altogether, there are lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk. Prevention is always better than treatment.
Peyronie’s Disease is a connective tissue disorder that causes curved, painful erections and sometimes erectile dysfunction. Embarrassment prevents many men from seeking medical help, yet this condition is more common than most realize. Learn more here.
You’ve probably heard of prostate cancer, and you may know that you need to get your prostate checked, but if that’s the extent of your knowledge, take a moment to discover all you need to know about this important gland.
Strong smelling urine may be related to something as simple as eating a lot of asparagus. Sometimes, however, it’s an indication of a more serious problem. Our team explains underlying health conditions that can cause malodorous urine.
About 60% of newborns are circumcised before they leave the hospital. But if you didn't have the procedure as a baby, you can choose to have an adult circumcision. For some, circumcision is a personal choice; for others, it's medically necessary.
The effects of diabetes, both type 1 and type 2, can be far-reaching. The sex lives of both women and men can be adversely affected by changes to their bodies that are influenced or caused by diabetes.
Vasectomy is a safe, effective form of contraception, putting you in control of your reproductive future. But what happens if you decide you want to have kids later on? That’s when it’s time to consider vasectomy reversal surgery.
Most men are familiar with the intense, acute pain following a blow to the groin. But what does ongoing testicle pain mean for your health? Learn about some of the common causes of testicle pain and what to do if your pain is chronic.
It can keep you up at night with frequent trips to the bathroom, but is an enlarged prostate something to worry about? Here’s what you need to know about the possible health complications associated with an enlarged prostate.
Even though erectile dysfunction (ED) affects millions of men, if you’re one of them, it can sucker punch your confidence. When ED strikes, you may wonder if it’s a normal part of getting older. It doesn’t have to be.
Bladders issues can be embarrassing to discuss, but they shouldn’t be. Not only are bladder problems, like overactive bladder, common, but there are several highly effective solutions. Read on to learn more.
Pay attention if you notice blood in your urine. While it doesn’t always indicate a serious complication, it’s essential to have it checked out. Here are the steps to take if you see blood in your urine.
The precise cause of Peyronie’s disease isn’t always known, but numerous factors increase your risk. Understanding your personal risk factors and more about this condition may prompt you to get the treatment you need.
One of the most frustrating things about having a urinary tract problem without a diagnosis is not knowing what to expect or what you need to address your issue. A cystoscopy is a diagnostic tool that may help.
If you’ve made the decision to have a vasectomy, you may be feeling a little nervous. It is, after all, surgery. And one of the more sensitive parts of your body is involved. Here’s what you need to know about recovering.
You haven’t had sexual intercourse in … well, you’ve lost count how many days. Or years. It’s not that you and your partner don’t want to, it’s just that you can’t anymore. Excitement’s there; erection isn’t. That’s where penile implants can help.
Many couples are faced with the difficult problem of infertility when they’re trying for a baby. Though it’s common to think that female infertility is the cause, male infertility is actually just as common.
Do you suffer from urinary incontinence? It’s a common symptom of bladder prolapse, where weak or damaged pelvic floor tissue fails to support your bladder. There may be a connection between bladder prolapse and being overweight.
Feeling embarrassed about your urinary incontinence issues? Remember that you're not alone. Millions of people deal with bladder problems every year. However, there are things you can do to address your urinary incontinence causes and symptoms.
Are you struggling to get or maintain an erection? You don’t have to feel embarrassed or alone. Don’t wait to restore your sexual vitality and self-confidence; keep reading to learn more about the best treatment options for erectile dysfunction.
Do you urinate frequently? Or, have trouble emptying your bladder? Your prostate may be enlarged. This is a common issue, especially for older men. Thankfully, it's not fatal and treatment can help ease the symptoms. Keep reading to learn more!
A vasectomy is not likely high on your list of choices for things to do right away. But a vasectomy is truly an effective and efficient way to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Read on to learn how this common procedure can help transform your sex life.