Healthy Heart Healthy You

Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the United States? That’s a really good reason to ensure you have a healthy heart for life. Whether you’d like to have a healthy heart for yourself or your family, or maybe you’d just like to feel better,

3 Treatments for Stress Incontinence in Men

Stress incontinence is when you “leak” urine. This could happen from laughing, sneezing, coughing, or other movements that put stress on that area such as bending over or lifting something. Regardless of when it happens, stress incontinence can be a frustrating condition and it can be treated. Incontinence isn’t simply something that happens with age—there

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7 Ways to Treat BPH

BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) is very common in men over forty. In fact, nearly all men will experience an enlarged prostate at some point in their later years. Some men will experience symptoms and some won’t. The symptoms of BPH include frequent urination, difficulty urinating, and feeling like you need to urinate and absolutely can’t

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4 Symptoms of BPH You Shouldn’t Ignore

Health problems are your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. This is why it’s always important to listen to your body and not ignore any symptoms you’re experiencing. This is especially true for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), which is very common in men over 40. In fact, up to 90% of men will

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3 Things to Know About Robotic Surgery

You may have heard of robotic surgery or even discussed the possibility of it with your doctor. Robotic surgery’s been approved for some time. It’s used in addition to or in place of conventional surgical methods to achieve surgeries that would be nearly impossible with conventional surgical methods. It also has some benefits and can

Top 3 Questions to Ask Your Urologist

Visiting a urologist can make some people a little anxious, but urologists are doctors just like any other doctor—they’re there to help you overcome your health problems, ensure you’re healthy and live your best life. That being said, it’s best to be prepared when visiting your urologist, whether you’re going in for a regular checkup or

12 Things Your Urologist Treats

What exactly does a urologist treat? A urologist is a specialist who treats diseases or disorders of the male and female urinary tract as well as the male reproductive system. The organs included in this field are the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, bladder, and urethra, as well as the male testes, prostate and penis. Here is a general idea of the types of diseases and disorders that a urologist treats:

4 Ways to Increase Sperm Count

You don’t have to be trying to conceive a child to want to increase your sperm count. High sperm count is a sign that your hormones are normal and your body is healthy. Increasing your sperm count is easier than you think and involves natural methods. How can you increase your sperm count? Eat Healthy

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5 Causes of a Low Sperm Count

Having a low sperm count doesn’t just impact your choice to have children. It can also be linked to certain illnesses such as testicular or prostate cancer. Keeping your sperm count healthy—meaning having at least fifteen million sperm in a milliliter of semen—is important for keeping healthy and ensuring that you’ll be ready when or if you decide to have children. What are the causes of low sperm count?

How to Treat Peyronie’s Disease

Once you have Peyronie’s disease, it may get better with time or the issue may resolve on its own. While this doesn’t always happen, however, there are still treatment options that you can consider and discuss with your doctor. What are some of the treatments for Peyronie’s disease?