Women and older adults are more at risk for recurrent urinary tract infections. Here’s why, as well as some steps you can take to help prevent UTIs.
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.
Every parent wants their baby to be perfect … and most are. But it’s not uncommon for a baby boy to be born with a problem involving his penis, testicles or scrotum. If this happens to your baby, take heart: A pediatric urologist can make things right.
Talking about sports or work is a breeze for guys. But most men keep their health worries private. Explore tips from our experts and learn why you should confide in your doctor when you first notice symptoms.
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Disparities in health care often are thought to be the result of poverty and a related lack of access to quality health care. But clinical experience and research show that this is overly simplistic.
They’re tiny. They make no noise. But few things on earth are more painful than a kidney stone on its way to the toilet.
It can be an embarrassing thing for a guy to call his doctor about a lump or swelling on his testicles, but it’s important to do. Whether it’s painful or not, a mass on the testicle is the most common early signal of testicular cancer, and should prompt an immediate call to the doctor. It … Read More
While most men won’t get testicular cancer, it’s the most common cancer among young men ages 15-35. It’s also highly curable, especially when it’s caught early. That’s why it’s so important that boys and teens learn how to perform testicular self-exams (TSE) and do them regularly. “In pre-pubertal boys, any unusual tumors or growths we … Read More