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Peyronie’s Disease: Don’t Go it Alone

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Men may notice various parts of their body, but none tend to be scrutinized as much as the penis. For years, men whose penis is not perfectly straight when erect have wondered what is wrong with their anatomy. Ultimately, it Learn more »

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How Diabetes can Affect Urinary Health

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Diabetes is the common health condition in which a person has too much sugar in their blood. In some, blood sugar levels may rise and fall dramatically throughout the day, creating frustrating symptoms. In many cases of diabetes, doctors note Learn more »

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Diabetes as a Risk Factor for Erectile Dysfunction

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November is Diabetes Awareness Month, a time of year when healthcare professionals seek to increase patient awareness about this chronic and prevalent health condition. According to statistics from 2017, more than 30 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes. It Learn more »

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Vasectomy Reversal Shouldn’t be Counted Out as a Viable Option for Future Pregnancy

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Many couples experience a deep sense of satisfaction when they have completed their family unit. When this decision is made, whether after extensive discussions or that inner knowing that the time is right, couples who decide to manage family planning Learn more »

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Kidney Stones are Not Created Equal

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People who have had kidney stones tend to have one thing to say about them: they hurt! One experience with kidney stones is enough to know you don’t want to relive this problem. The fact is, kidney stones are a Learn more »

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Avoid the Complications of BPH with Prolieve Treatment

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Over 17 million American men are affected by benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as enlarged prostate. It has been estimated that half of all men between the ages of 50 and 80 have BPH and that as much as Learn more »

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

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Let’s Talk Screening According to statistics, more than 2.5 million men in our country have prostate cancer. Research estimates that as many as 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with this disease at some point. This month being Prostate Learn more »

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Exercise and Men’s Health

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Humans have always engaged in physical activity to some degree. As we have transitioned into a mostly digital age, though, we are seeing fewer people maintain an active lifestyle. Outdoor sports have been replaced with indoor gaming for many men. Learn more »

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Are You on the Fence about Penile Implant Treatment?

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Erectile dysfunction can be very disruptive to a man’s life. Recently, we have become more willing to talk about this problem. Men have more safe places in which to discuss their concerns related to an inability to get or maintain Learn more »

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Would You Spot the Signs of Testicular Cancer?

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One of the primary men’s health issues that receives attention is prostate cancer. According to research, though, we also have a good reason to turn our attention to the testicles. It is estimated that more than 9,000 diagnoses of testicular Learn more »

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