Category: Men’s Health

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Thinking Vasectomy? Let’s Debunk some Myths!

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The vasectomy procedure is one of the most common to be performed by experienced urologists like Dr. Wierschem and Dr. Hegde. What is interesting, when you consider the reality of this procedure, is that only 9 percent of men in Learn more »

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Low T? These hidden Culprits may Surprise you!

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Back in the 80’s many men may have had longer hair, but most of them had higher testosterone than today’s man. According to research, average testosterone level of the average male is 25% lower than their mullet-haired, hard-rocking brothers, uncles, Learn more »

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Celebrate Men’s Health Month, before it’s too late

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We hope you had a great National Men’s Health Week leading up to Father’s Day, but if you forgot to celebrate, you still have time to observe National Men’s Health Month. And by “celebrate” we mean there’s no time like Learn more »

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Your beard just got more amazing

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Next time someone asks you about your beard, mustache, sideburns, chin strap, soul patch or scruff, you’ll have a story to tell that might surprise them — and you. Turns out there’s more to having facial hair than just liking Learn more »

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Women play an important role in their men’s health

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Women can often take the leadership role when it comes to healthy habits in their relationships. You might encourage your boyfriend to go the gym; you might convince your husband he needs to get more sleep; you might even change Learn more »

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Should men shave their armpits?

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Males in a recent survey were asked if they shave their armpits, and 68% of the respondents said, “Yes!” — at least often enough to keep it neat and trimmed, mostly for aesthetic reasons, some for athletics. Only about one Learn more »

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Here’s why you should put down the razor

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November is men’s health month – a designated time for men to spotlight their unique health issues by refusing to shave. “Movember” or “No Shave November” was actually started back in 2003 by a couple of friends in Australia, simply Learn more »

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Avoid disease by following the basics

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Many of the medical issues that we treat at Collin County Urology are problems that definitely need professional attention – from kidney stones to infertility to erectile dysfunction, even cancer. But we always like to remind our friends and patients Learn more »

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The Overlooked Exercises: Pelvic Floor Exercises

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One of the critical parts of urinary health is pelvic floor exercises, also known as Kegel exercises. Important for women and men, these exercises are often overlooked as exercises for women who have recently birthed a child or old people. Learn more »

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Be More of a Man: Natural Ways to Increase Your Testosterone Levels

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If you were to say the one thing that defines you as a man, what would it be? Your love of football? Your power tools? Maybe it would be something less stereotypical, like your children. Whatever you personally choose, there Learn more »

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