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April 20, 2024

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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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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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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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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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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During the Height of Football, Why March Matters (for a Vasectomy)

Yes, February has been all about football in Cincinnati (Who Dey!). However, there’s a medical reason to start thinking ahead to March. The recovery period for a vasectomy is typically less than a week. The Final Four games of March Madness© are played in three days. The opportunity to watch the games at home while…

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Nocturia Keeping You Awake? 4 BPH Health Risks

Nocturia – the frequent need to pee at night – is among the most common symptoms of an enlarged prostate (BPH). Learn why it happens and what you can do to help.

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It’s Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Call Your Urologist

People get up super early to wait in line for a Black Friday sale, they arrive at the airport extra early to avoid missing a flight, and some will even finish a work project early just to get it off the desk. So why procrastinate one small act that could determine life and death? A…

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