Only 4 in 10 men regularly check themselves for testicular cancer, according to a recent Cleveland Clinic survey. This infographic shows how to do a testicular self-exam, and why it’s important.
Men, if you’re making frequent pit stops, if it hurts to pee, or if you find blood in your urine, tell your doctor. Here are four common urinary conditions that can wreak havoc with your bladder.
Rumors about Viagra make some men hesitant to try it. Find out what’s true, what’s not, and how that little blue pill might actually help protect your penis.
Most of us chuckle about our strange dreams. But things quickly get serious when we act our dreams out. Here’s what you should know about REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD).
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How does a beer belly form, and why does it feel so hard? A family medicine doctor answers common questions about belly fat.
Feeling squeamish about an upcoming visit to the urologist? Don’t be. Urologists do their best to put men (and women) at ease. And they’re not above using ‘potty’ humor to lighten the atmosphere.
It’s normal for men, as they age, to get up more at night to go to the bathroom. But a urologist says there are ways to minimize this nightly annoyance.
When diabetes leads to erectile dysfunction, it can be frustrating and stressful. Your doctor can help you uncover the causes of ED, and help you and your partner explore solutions.
Easier to research your men’s health issue online than it is to tell your partner or your doctor about it? You’re not alone. Discover what a Cleveland Clinic survey finds. (And if you have a health concern, MENtion it!)
Urologists regularly field difficult — and often embarrassing — questions from patients. Here are 10 common urology-related questions patients ask and expert answers to each.