Around 25 percent of men are affected by male incontinence. Understanding the problem and taking steps to relieve it can help men overcome this bothersome obstacle that often carries emotional worries as well.
The first line of defense against urinary tract infections (UTIs) is you, then your primary care doctor, then a urologic specialist.
A new report released by the Annals of Internal Medicine contradicts previous studies about the use of the PSA tests for prostate cancer, finding that it can save lives.
Smoking is at the top of the list of habits to ditch if you are looking to reduce your risk of bladder and kidney cancer and other urologic conditions, including erectile dysfunction, infertility and overactive bladder.
Dr. Edward Eigner from Urology Associates of Denver shares an update on prostate cancer screenings following a published study on rising prostate cancer.
One of the most common urologic procedures is a vasectomy, yet still only 9 percent of sexually active men get vasectomies because of common myths. Dr. Brad Bell debunks those myths here.
Lamar Odom’s case shows taking erectile dysfunction (ED) supplements like sildenafil to aid in erections can do more harm than good, says Dr. David L. Sobel.
Getting a second opinion for a patient could be life saving. It’s your right and often a very smart thing to do. Rule of thumb: if you have doubts about what you are told or if you just feel uncertain, get the second opinion.
The Prostate specific antigen (PSA) has been one of the most revolutionary discoveries in the men’s health and while not perfect, it's an important indicator for prostate cancer & BPH. And If you’re a man who expects to live past 50, expect to hear a lot about prostate cancer detection, treatment and the PSA.
Dr. Barrett Cowan at Urology Associates discusses whether nutritional supplements improve fertility. Fact or farce? Learn more.