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Female Urinary Incontinence — It’s More Common Than You May Think Sep 4th, 2020

Regardless of the cause, female urinary incontinence is an uncomfortable and embarrassing problem to have. You may find yourself avoiding social situations you would otherwise enjoy and worrying constantly about having an “episode” at work. Female urinary incontinence is quite common, and you’ll be happy to know that effective treatments...

Recognizing the Signs of Kidney Stones Aug 13th, 2020

Did you know that approximately one in 10 Americans will develop kidney stones over the course of their life? Both men and women are susceptible to kidney stones, with 19% of men and 9% of women experiencing this uncomfortable occurrence.  Kidney stones vary in size and severity of symptoms, so...

Symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease Jul 19th, 2020

Peyronie’s disease is the buildup of fibrous plaques or scar tissue in the penis, resulting in abnormal curvature, erectile dysfunction, and indentation that can cause pain or discomfort. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Peyronie’s disease is estimated to affect about 10% of men,...

Erectile Dysfunction Could be Symptomatic of Another Underlying Health Condition Jun 18th, 2020

A bad day at work, stress about finances or the state of the world, even excess alcohol can lead to temporary erectile dysfunction (ED). However, those aren’t the only culprits, and this condition may signal that you have a more serious underlying health condition that needs attention. Whatever is causing...

5 Reasons to Consider a Vasectomy Apr 13th, 2020

If you’re considering a vasectomy, you’re not alone. Annually, about half a million men in the United States get vasectomies, the fourth most common form of birth control. Still, many men have misgivings about having a vasectomy. Those misgivings often are based on misconceptions they have about the procedure and...