Why do men get morning erections? At what age is it normal to start getting them? And is it ever a cause for concern? A urologist answers five key questions.
Is bladder leakage affecting your quality of life? Ask your doctor whether you need adult diapers, have a larger issue or whether treatment can help.
Experts recommend no more than 2,300 mg of sodium a day, but most Americans average of about 3,400 milligrams. Learn about how salt may be hidden in your food, even in foods that don’t taste salty.
Should you be concerned if your baby boy is missing a testicle at birth? A urologist talks about five things you should know about undescended testicles.
If you are diagnosed with cancer in a kidney, you may lose that kidney. But is your other kidney also at risk? Learn more about what to expect from renal cancer treatment.
If your overactive bladder medication isn’t working, don’t give up. Find out what other treatments you can explore.
Can your diet lead to erectile dysfunction or keep you from becoming a dad? A urologist answers FAQs about diet and ED or male infertility.
How often you urinate during the day and during the night, the color of your urine and whether you can “hold it” all provide clues to health conditions that don’t involve your urinary system.
If you suffer chronic testicular pain from an unknown cause, a new surgical option may offer long-term relief. But first your doctor must rule out other possible causes of your pain.
Women are more likely to develop urinary tract infections (UTIs). But, while less common, UTIs in men are typically more complicated. Who has it worse? This infographic explains.