Bladder cancer is one of the most common types of cancers that can affect men and women. It can also be one of the most serious. The National Cancer Institute estimates that in 2020, there were 725,549 people living with bladder cancer in the United States. When diagnosed and treated at its early onset, bladder…Read more
Can You Have Blood in Your Urine and Not Know It?
The medical term defining the presence of blood in urine is hematuria. Several diseases and health conditions can cause blood in urine, which may or may not be visible. Even if it's a one-off, hematuria can be a sign of a serious health issue. Ignoring it won't make it go away, and it could be…Read more
Why is My Bladder so Weak All of a Sudden?
There’s nothing more embarrassing than realizing your pants are wet – especially when you know you didn’t sit in a puddle. There’s nothing more disheartening than feeling an increased need to urinate, yet when you do, no more than a few drips or a slight trickle seems to come out. If you’re experiencing either of…Read more
Does a Vasectomy Lower Testosterone?
The decision to have a vasectomy requires careful consideration. After all, undergoing a vasectomy procedure changes your ability to procreate, and therefore, it isn’t something that should be done without much thought. But can a vasectomy alter anything else? Namely, can a vasectomy lower your testosterone levels? Once you have determined that you are okay…Read more
Does a Urologist Deal with Pelvic Floor?
Are you dealing with pelvic floor issues? If you're experiencing urinary incontinence or erectile dysfunction, your pelvic floor likely has something to do with the problem. If that's the case, you'll need to see a urologist to assess and treat the issue. (more…)Read more