Many men have trouble peeing as they get older. Looking for ways to deal with this annoying problem? Consider this your opportunity.
When men turn 40, they may think about how to keep their hair or lose their belly, but they may not think about seeing a urologist.
IsoPSA is a test that offers more accuracy for predicting whether or not someone has prostate cancer that needs treatment. Learn more about the test and how it will change the way that prostate cancer is diagnosed.
Cryotherapy for prostate cancer uses cold to freeze prostate tissue and kill the cancer cells. A urologist talks about this treatment and if it’s right for you.
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You wouldn’t hesitate to help a buddy move. You wouldn’t miss your kids’ soccer games or dance recitals. People count on you — so if you’ve got a health concern, get it checked out.
You may have heard that taking supplements like saw palmetto, zinc, lycopene and vitamin E promotes prostate health. Do they really work? Here’s the Short Answer from a urologist.
Men: As you age, there’s a good chance you may get up several times a night to empty your bladder.For many men, this frustrating scenario is the result of an enlarged prostate.
If you are noticing changes in your urine or overall bathroom habits, it’s time to see the doctor to check for prostate issues.
It’s easy to see why men are confused with so much conflicting information about the right way to screen, diagnose and treat prostate cancer.
In this kind of prostate cancer treatment, “bigger is better” and “less is more” both apply. With stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) the bigger the doses of radiation you get, the better the outcome. And the less time you spend getting treatment, the more success you’ll have. SBRT is a newer kind of prostate cancer … Read More