If you are experiencing a weakened stream of urine accompanied by a pressing need to urinate, or the inability to urinate at all, you may be experiencing urinary retention. There are several factors that could be causing this difficulty with urination. You may be able to urinate after following some simple steps, or you may
There are several factors that can cause male infertility, and sometimes it’s not a single cause. If you suspect you have a problem with male infertility, schedule an appointment to see your urologist. He or she will perform an exam and run some tests so you can begin to figure out what the cause of
Visiting your urologist for male infertility isn’t anything to be embarrassed about. Urologists are trained to help you identify the cause of your inability to conceive with your partner. While there are several factors that influence male infertility, it’s crucial to visit your urologist to determine if you are infertile and what the treatments are.
While successful conception is based on the health of both the male and female’s reproductive systems, there are times when one is more likely to influence conception than the other. Depending on what your diagnosis is—low sperm count, varicocele, hormone problems—you may need treatment for your infertility. What are some of the possible treatments for
How to Deal With Male Infertility If you’re a man who struggles with infertility, you’re not alone. Infertility affects several million couples in the United States every year. You may be evaluated for problems with infertility if you’ve been trying to conceive with your partner for at least a year without protection and with timed
Testicular cancer is one of the least common cancers among men; however, this doesn’t mean it’s not important to be aware of the signs and symptoms. Enlarged testes or a lump in one or both testes are both signs of testicular cancer. Symptoms also include breast tenderness or pain in the testes. If you’re diagnosed
Infertility is a huge problem for couples trying to conceive, and often it is just as likely to be an issue with the man as it is with the woman. Infertility affects millions of men in the United States and can manifest itself through symptoms, or symptoms may be absent while a problem still remains. What are some of the symptoms that can indicate an issue with fertility for men?
Infertility is a major medical problem in the United States affecting approximately 2-3 million, or 1 in 6 couples. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after 1 year of unprotected, adequately timed intercourse. Approximately 1/3 of the cases are related to a male factor, 1/3 are due to a female cause, and 1/3
Infertility is a major medical problem in the United States affecting approximately 2-3 million, or 1 in 6 couples. Dr. Manish Damani of Urology Specialists of the Carolinas explains what factors can cause these issues in both men and women. Check out this segment on our YouTube Channel: UroCarolinas