Problems involving the bladder may be investigated and treated through a procedure called a cystoscopy. It’s a minimally invasive procedure that gives an internal video view, and the hollow cystoscope also allows access for special instruments.
If you’re sexually active but do not wish to get your partner pregnant, vasectomies are one of the most effective birth control options. Find out if a vasectomy is the right birth control option for you.
The complications and side effects of being infected by COVID-19 are still revealing themselves, including its effect on sexual function. When it comes to COVID-19 and erectile dysfunction, here’s what we know.
The added strain that obesity puts on your body takes a toll in many ways. Your sexual health may be affected by the loss of erectile function. There’s a link between your body mass index and sexual performance.
Peyronie’s disease is probably more common than the data suggests because men are hesitant to discuss their symptoms with a physician. Our men’s health specialist discusses the possible causes and successful treatments available for Peyronie’s.
You’re gaining weight and your belly is the first to show the signs, increasingly sticking out uncomfortably. While diet and age can play a role, do your testosterone levels also influence this unwelcome addition? It’s complicated.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) may affect over half of all men. A common symptom of ED is the loss of libido, the urge to have sex. Ultimately, this symptom can be strong enough to contribute to the ED cycle.
What’s going on with your erection? Even though you're still able to get erections — and you’re thankful for that — your penis is now bent upward, downward, or to the side. And sex hurts. You may have Peyronie’s disease. What do you do now?
Your sex drive used to drive you crazy. Now it barely sputters. If you’re ready to rev up your engine again, we can help. We determine why your libido’s crashed and custom design the best method to get it back up and running at full speed.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem that affects millions of men, especially as we grow older. Many men believe it is an unavoidable part of aging. Learning about ED and the available treatment options could improve your life at any age.
It’s not easy talking about erectile dysfunction. However, this sensitive issue is a common problem for many men, especially those with diabetes. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. Keep reading to learn more.
Male infertility often plays a role in couples having problems getting pregnant. Learn the most common causes of male infertility, and schedule a visit with a fertility specialist to get to the root of your fertility troubles.
If you’re among the 10-15% of couples who are having trouble conceiving, here’s a look at how we can determine whether male infertility plays a role. By identifying the problem, we can get you on the road to building the family of your dreams.
If you’re like most men, you don’t want to talk about an oddly curved penis due to Peyronie’s disease. But if you have pain or can’t enjoy sex, it’s time to learn the telltale symptoms and talk with us, because we can help restore your sex life.
Forget everything you know about getting a vasectomy, because it all changes with a no-scalpel vasectomy. Now you can skip the incision, forget the pain, recover quickly, and get birth control that’s more effective than a woman’s tubal ligation.
If you’ve learned that you have prostate cancer, you have some decisions to make. Should you watch and wait or pursue treatment? Read on to learn more about prostate cancer and when it requires treatment.
Enduring just one kidney stone is likely more than enough to make you want to do everything possible to avoid another one. You’ll be happy to hear that there are simple and practical steps you can take to combat kidney stones.
Are you looking for solutions for erectile dysfunction but still on the fence about whether or not Viagra® is right for you? Keep reading to separate the facts from the fiction surrounding this “little blue pill.”
Some urologists treat both women and men, but they may also specialize in male reproductive health and a wide variety of issues related to a man’s urinary tract system. Find out when and why you should schedule an appointment with a urologist.
Are you feeling exhausted, irritable, and a little heavier than you like? Are you asking yourself “Just a few years ago I was feeling fit and looking good… What Happened?” If this sounds like you then you might have low testosterone (low T).