Benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, simply means an enlarged prostate gland. If you are a male and over the age of 45, you most likely know about this condition, as it affects men as they age and causes a number of symptoms. If you are waking up at night to pee, you may be wondering if it could be due to BPH.Read More »Waking Up To Pee: Could It Be BPH?
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Let’s be honest, when men hear about something being implanted into their penis, it doesn’t sound like a walk in the park. Most of us would agree. The problem arises from the amount of misinformation online concerning penile implants. Let’s unravel the myths and facts about penile implants.Read More »Myths And Facts About Penile Implants
Many people struggle with an overactive bladder. They optimistically begin treatment with medications, but they eventually find that the meds no longer work as well as they did in the beginning. In addition, the unpleasant side effects almost make it not worth taking the medication. So what do you do when overactive bladder medication isn’t working? Explore the next steps.Read More »Overactive Bladder Medication Isn’t Working: Next Steps
Dr. Kelly Shaffer is a urologist here at Low Country Urology in Charleston, SC and in this webinar she goes over an overview of what is Urinary Incontinence and Bowel Incontinence, your options when it comes to care pathways, what treatment options you have and answers some commonly asked questions.
What’s the difference between BPH and prostate cancer? The most important difference is that BPH, or an enlarged prostate gland, is not cancerous. It doesn’t mean you won’t ever get prostate cancer, but an enlarged prostate is a common condition as men get older. Let’s explain further.Read More »What’s The Difference Between BPH And Prostate Cancer?
The first time it happened you were sure it was just a fluke. When it happened again with a sudden sneeze, you began to worry a bit. Then leakage became more of a regular problem. Now you are wondering, how is urinary incontinence diagnosed and treated?Read More »How Is Urinary Incontinence Diagnosed And Treated?
Stress and mental conditions can at times cause ED, but it is more commonly caused by an underlying medical condition. Treating the medical issue can often correct erectile dysfunction. Let’s learn about 7 medical conditions that cause erectile dysfunction.Read More »7 Medical Conditions That Cause Erectile Dysfunction
Just as every woman should self-examine her breasts every month for any signs of changes, it is important for men to do the same regarding their testicles. Once you get to know the feel and structure of your testicles, you can detect changes from month to month.Read More »Why Every Man Should Self-Test For Testicular Cancer
Men who are considering a penile implant wonder what to expect during sex. It’s a logical cause for anxiety, but men find that worry is… Read More »Penile Implant: What To Expect During Sex