More than 40,000 of the nearly 80,500 new cases of bladder cancer estimated to be diagnosed in 2019 will be found in smokers.
Your urinary and genital tract health is important and should be monitored accordingly. Unfortunately, patients often overlook or dismiss symptoms that may hint at underlying conditions that might be serious.
I know it is easy to put off seeing the doctor, but avoiding your urologist could mean delaying or preventing treatment that may prove life saving. Knowing when to schedule an appointment with your urologist is paramount to early treatment and care.
Need more persuasion? Below are five instances that necessitate an appointment.
These conditions and procedures are only a few of the many reasons patients visit a urologist. If you have any concerns regarding your urinary or genital tract health, it might be time to schedule an appointment.
If going to the bathroom is spooking you, there may be reasons beyond a potential illness.
The number of men expected to be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year could nearly populate the entire city of Fort Lauderdale. That image doesn’t exactly conjure a day at the beach. But it does have a silver lining, which is this: All men do have the ability to limit their risks and identify symptoms…