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Patient Education Center

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Cross section of an model prostate


Men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer typically have many questions. Perhaps the most common question: What can you expect from treatment?

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Choosing a BPH Treatment

There are lots of ways to treat an enlarged prostate. Choosing a BPH treatment can be a challenge. It’s normal to have lots of questions.

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Kegel Exercises

Just like any muscle group, your pelvic floor can weaken over time. Kegel exercises help to keep your pelvic floor muscles in shape.

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Medical scientist studying blood sample under microscope


Hematuria is the general term for blood in your urine. Microhematuria (sometimes called microscopic hematuria) is a subtype of hematuria.

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Pregnancy and Kidney Stones

Kidney stones can be a particular challenge for pregnant women. The way stones are diagnosed and treated may need to be adjusted during pregnancy for the safety of the mother and her baby.

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How do you manage stress?

Psychological Stress and Male Infertility

You probably know that stress can have some negative effects on your health. Stress might have an effect on your fertility as well. While the scientific data isn’t firm, several studies have suggested a link between stress and male infertility.

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Safe Sex During COVID

No doubt you’ve been trying to stay healthy in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While it can be a confusing, unsettling time, scientists are learning more about the virus every day. You might be wondering how COVID-19 may affect your sex life. Let’s take a look at some common questions.

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Lab worker holding test tube with urine sample, health check, medical analysis


Physicians have been using urinalysis as a diagnostic tool for about 6,000 years. Nowadays, with updated and improved methods, it remains an effective, quick, and easy way to find out more about your overall health.

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Urine Leakage During Exercise

Urinary incontinence while you’re exercising is pretty common. The good news is that there are treatments available to resolve incontinence.

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Vasectomy Alternatives: Information for Men

Perhaps you and your partner are finished having children. Or you just know you don’t want children in the future and want to make sure no unplanned pregnancies happen. If this is the case, you might be looking for permanent methods of birth control.

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Urological Conditions:

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Getting older is inevitable, and it can be hard to accept the way our bodies change. For many older men, that often includes prostate enlargement and, for some, the urinary trouble that goes along with it.

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Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is the 6th most common cancer in the United States, according to the Urology Care Foundation.

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Erectile Dysfunction

ED is the most common sex problem men discuss with their doctors. The American Urological Association estimates that 30 million men have ED. It is more common if you’re older, but younger men get it, too. If you’re not as healthy as you could be, the odds you’ll be dealing with ED go up.

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Cross section of a model bladder

Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome

Interstitial cystitis (IC) is sometimes called bladder pain syndrome in large part because a painful bladder is one of the most prominent symptoms. People with IC can also feel a frequent, urgent need to urinate.

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Illustration of kidneys with a kidney stone

Kidney Stones

A kidney stone is a small mass that forms from crystallized substances in your kidney or, in some cases, one of your ureters (the tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder). These chemicals aren’t able to dissolve in urine, so the crystals stick together and get larger, forming the stone.

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Low Testosterone/Testosterone Deficiency

Produced by the testicles, testosterone is what’s known as an androgen—a hormone responsible for masculine traits. Sometimes, men don’t produce enough testosterone.

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A woman and man read an at-home pregnancy test

Male Infertility

If you and your partner have been having unprotected sex for a year without conceiving, you might want to schedule a consultation with us to explore the causes of your potential infertility and the medical options available to address them.

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Overactive Bladder

People with overactive bladder (OAB) experience the constant, urgent need to urinate—the feeling that there’s little time to spare and you need a bathroom ASAP.

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Peyronie's disease causes a distinct bend in the penis that can make erections painful and sex difficult.

Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease occurs when areas of hard scar tissue called plaques form on your penis, just below the surface of the skin. In fact, you might be able to feel them.

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Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) occur when bacteria enters your urethra. UTIs are common. In fact, the American Urological Association estimates that 8.1 million doctor’s visits each year are due to UTIs.

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A physician holds a model of a sperm cell


A vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure performed to block sperm from leaving the body. It’s a highly effective and common birth control option. It’s a simple procedure, and it doesn’t take long for most men to recover.

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