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May 26, 2024

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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How Pregnancy Affects the Bladder: What New Moms Should Know 

Babies and bladders have a relationship that expectant mothers typically learn about in their third trimester of pregnancy when running to the restroom becomes the norm. But for most first-time moms, it’s important to know that the effects of that relationship can linger well beyond delivery day. Childbearing is a leading cause of stress incontinence…

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Joining Vas Madness? 9 Vasectomy Tips-Offs, Ahead of the Games

More than half a million men undergo a vasectomy annually. In March that number climbs by as much as 50%.

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Ultrasound Wave Therapy for ED: Make it a Valentine’s Day Gift to Yourself

For men with ED who prefer not to take a pill or for whom a pill might no longer be effective, take heart: There are alternate treatments, including ultrasound wave therapy.

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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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