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February 29, 2024

Nocturia: The Causes of Frequent Nighttime Bathroom Visits

There’s a good chance you know someone who lives with nocturia; it affects more than half of anyone older than 50, and up to one in three people older than 30.

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6 Conditions that Could Cause Your Erection to be in Trouble

Experiencing a difficult-to-maintain erection from time to time does not necessarily indicate clinically significant erectile dysfunction (ED). Occasional ED is, however, an opportunity to rule out underlying conditions that could be hindering your performance – and pursue one of the many treatments available.  Why Erections Get in a Slump  Erectile dysfunction is the inability to…

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3 More Reasons to Quit Smoking: Stones, ED, and Incontinence 

So you’ve committed to a healthier lifestyle in 2024. By all means, then, eat more fruits and vegetables and move your body often. And above all, give a hard “no” to radioactive elements. These particles are among the thousands found in tobacco, of which at least 70 are known to cause urinary cancers of the…

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If Your BPH Drugs Aren’t Working, You Still Have Options

All over the country, an estimated 15 million men wake up in the middle of the night to pee because of an enlarged prostate. Many of these men have tried prescriptions but only marginal improvement, if any at all.  Waking up multiple times a night to pee isn’t a solution either and can take a…

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A Note of Appreciation for Our Patients, Staff, and Community

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” This statement by Albert Einstein reminds us not to take life’s gifts for granted. At The Urology Group, these gifts include the everyday achievements of our staff and patients,…

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5 Questions to Ask Your Urologist on Your Next Visit

There are nearly 14,000 urologists in the United States. And every one of them, including the nearly 40 at The Urology Group, has one common goal: to learn more about you so they can recommend the best treatment options.  And you can help that relationship by asking them questions, too. Urological conditions can present a wide range…

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How Halloween Candy Can Haunt Your Kidneys

In the classic Halloween special, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” all the children receive candy from their neighbors, except for our hapless hero. Charlie Brown gets rocks. Hey, it’s better than stones. Recent research indicated that candy can contribute to kidney stones. A study released in August suggests that the more sugar we eat,…

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CyberKnife – 10 years of Treating Men with Prostate Cancer

Since our beginning in 1996, The Urology Group has built a strong reputation for being the premier place for men in the Tristate to have prostate cancer treatment. While we as a nation we are still facing the odds of 1 out of 8 men getting this disease, if caught early, prostate cancer is quite…

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Prostate Cancer Can Be Deadly. Get Screened Now

If you know eight men who are older than 50, then you likely know at least one person with prostate cancer. You should urge all of them, however, to get a screening. Prostate cancer, which is diagnosed in about one in eight men, is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in men. Yet nearly nine…

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Enlarged Prostate? Treat It Before It Becomes a Bigger Issue

Difficulty urinating, especially in the middle of the evening, is a textbook symptom of an enlarged prostate. Read what Dr. Ryan Flynn has to say about when to seek treatment.

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When UTIs Become Serious: What You Need To Know

Just because something occurs often, it isn’t necessarily harmless. A common cold can lead to a sinus infection or acute bronchitis. And urinary tract infections, which occur in 400 million people globally every year, can end up putting you in the hospital. Yes, UTIs are common ­­– even more so in the summer, when warm weather…

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Summer Travel for You and Your Bladder: 7 Tips for Fewer Emergencies

OAB may feel isolating, but it shouldn’t keep you at home. These seven tips will help you gain more control of your bladder.

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Chances of Surviving Bladder Cancer Are Improving, Thanks to Research

Bladder cancer is not the most common of diseases. Few people might know what color ribbon supports a cure, for example, or even where their bladders are located. Still, bladder cancer has its own “awareness” month, and that awareness is making survival possible for hundreds of people each year. While nearly 16,700 people in the…

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High-Risk Urinary Conditions Among Minorities, and What to Do

In the U.S., people of color suffer four urinary medical conditions at higher or more deadly rates than non-minorities. This blog sheds light on some key reasons.

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Vaping – It’s No Smoke and Mirrors When it Comes to Urinary Health Issues

Your bladder doesn’t like arsenic. So why are at least one in 20 Americans inhaling it regularly? That is the number of Americans now vaping (not smoking cigarettes). And research shows the tiny particles inhaled from vaping pens, or e-cigarettes, contain many of the same harmful chemicals as in tobacco, a leading cause of all…

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