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January 29, 2023

Sexual Health Problems In Your 20s? Yes, It’s a Thing

Here’s a coming-of-age lesson for Gen Z males: Sexual performance troubles are not just for the old. An estimated 34 million males count themselves as members of the Generation Z population –the oldest of whom are now 26. Most of these men probably give more thought to sexual activity than to their sexual health, but…

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How “Dry January” Benefits Your Liver, Bladder, And Sexual Health

How “Dry January” Benefits Your Liver, Bladder, And Sexual Health By Benjamin Niver, MD On January 1, an estimated 19% of the U.S. population kicked off a 31-day commitment to completely quit or reduce alcohol consumption – a challenge called Dry January. Many do it to improve their overall health, to save money, or simply…

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3 Health Resolutions to Check Off Before 2023

For many people, the end of a year is a time to reflect and recognize all the things we take for granted. For many people, good health is at the top of that list. Your urinary health is an important part of that, although many people don’t think about their urinary tracts until something goes…

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4 Complications of UTIs Among Older Women

Urinary tract infections: Fact of life or severe health risk? The difference likely depends on the patient’s age, and gender. Women become more prone to developing urinary tract infections (UTIs) as they grow older, and those who are postmenopausal are most vulnerable. One in 10 women aged 65 and older report having at least one…

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Urology Shivers: Why Cooler Temps Lead to Certain Urinary Conditions

If that unexpected “boo!” nearly caused you to have a little accident, you might want to blame the cold, not the kids.  There are a few reasons why we get goosebumps on Halloween, besides haunted mansions and scary movies. Late October also ushers in the cold, with average temperatures dropping by nearly 12 degrees from…

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The Risks and Signs of Late-Stage Prostate Cancer

The risk of being diagnosed with advanced-stage prostate cancer is less than one in 10. Yet that’s no reason to doubt the realities of such a prognosis. Just 7% of men have advanced-stage prostate cancer at the time of diagnosis. For these men, this highly treatable disease becomes a far more serious issue.  Once the…

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CEO Earl Walz Finalist for Top C-Suite Award

The Urology Group’s CEO Earl Walz was named a Finalist of the Cincinnati Business Courier’s 2022 C-Suite Awards.

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Calming an Overactive Bladder at Night

An estimated 30 million people, women in particular, live with OAB. And for many, the condition makes it more difficult to sleep through the night.

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Nervous About a Vasectomy? “Laughing Gas” is Now an Option

We now offer N2O as an option for vasectomies because we understand that even common procedures are still “firsts” to our patients, and that can be unnerving.

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Keeping a Healthy Tract in Summer: 6 Urology Wellness Tips

Your summer habits – from what you eat to what you do – can play a role in managing how well your urology system functions.

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So, What is a Urologist and When Should I See One?

Urologists are specially trained to treat conditions of the male and female urinary tracts and reproductive organs.

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Minorities and Health: Why Risks are Higher For Some Urinary Conditions

When it comes to urinary health, people of color in the U.S. suffer at higher or more deadly rates than others.

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Dr. William Monnig, Founding TUG President, Passes Away

It is with sadness that we report the passing of Dr. William Monnig, former president of The Urology Group. He passed away on Sunday, March 27, 2022, at the age of 79. Dr. Monnig grew up in Cincinnati. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1969 and received his surgical and urology…

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Strengthening Sexual Health for Women with Pelvic Floor Weakness

Nearly one-quarter of all U.S. women experience a pelvic floor disorder such as pelvic floor weakness. Contributing risks can include menopause, obesity, and pelvic surgery. A urologist can digonise the presence of prolapse and recommend treatment options.

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Seeking a Pill-Free Treatment for ED?

Now available at The Urology Group: a pain-free, pill-free alternative to treating erectile dysfunction (ED). Alma Duo is designed to address the cause of ED, which is lack of blood flow, with the goal of removing anxity and restoring spontaneity to one’s sex life.

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