Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment for Prostatitis

Prostatitis is the medical term for prostate infection. With this condition, the prostate and surrounding area becomes inflamed. Though some men feel severe, painful symptoms while others are barely bothered or even symptom free, prostatitis can have a negative impact on a man’s quality of life and should be treated. There are several types of

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6 FAQ’s About Vasectomies

If you and your partner consider yourselves finished having children, then the topic of a vasectomy may come up in conversation. As an extremely effective form of birth control, the vasectomy is the choice of many couples who consider their families complete. Here are the answers to some common questions that men have when they

7 Ways Women Can Treat Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence in women is more than just a medical problem. Any women suffering from urinary incontinence also knows that this disease effects them emotionally, psychologically, and puts restraints and limits on their lives. Many women with urinary incontinence are afraid to participate in activities that would take them too far away from a bathroom,

What is Urinary Incontinence?

It’s nobody’s favorite topic for discussion, but urinary incontinence, or the accidental leaking of urine, happens to over 15 million american adults. Though many people are too embarrassed to talk about urinary incontinence, and suffer in silence with the emotional and psychological problems and social limitations that often accompany the accidents, this disease can be

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Nonsurgical Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is a very common sexual problem for men. Defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erect penis adequate for sexual function, ED affects up to 30 million American men. For some men the problem is intermittent, while for others it is more severe. Any amount of ED can lower

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What is Cryotherapy?

There are several treatment options for localized prostate cancer. These options include active surveillance, surgery, radiotherapy, and cryotherapy. Cryotherapy is one of the newer forms of treatment, so patients with prostate cancer usually have lots of questions about what this treatment is an how it works. If you are considering cryotherapy as a treatment for