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    • February

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    Penile Implants – What you need to know

    More than 50% of men over the age of 40 suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). Many men remain silent and feel embarrassed, but ED is common and often easily treatable. Initially your physician will typically recommend prescription medication to treat the symptoms associated with ED, but sometimes pills are not an option due to cost,

    • December

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      2016
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    Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

    Hearing the statement, “You’ve got cancer,” is terrifying enough on it’s own, but when you factor in the taxing process of selecting a cancer treatment method that is right for you, fears often escalate even further. Fortunately, nowadays, there are advanced treatment options available for you and your loved ones to consider that do not

    • August

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      2016
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    Benefits of Greenlight Laser Therapy for Prostate Cancer

    Thanks to the advancements in medical technology, there are more options for patients that have been diagnosed with prostate cancer.  Even though the cancer can be stopped or slowed in most men, it is still one that has affected more men in the country over the last ten years resulting in the cancer spreading to

    • August

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      2016
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    Benefits of No-Needle No-Scalpel Vasectomy

    Vasectomies have been quite a simple process for the most part since doctors started doing them.  With a needle and scalpel, a doctor could get the job done and you were on your way home shortly after.  Today, the technology has changed in such a way that doctors can now perform the same surgery without

    • August

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      2016
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    Ways to Prevent Erectile Dysfunction

    Erectile Dysfunction is more common than you think, especially in the later years of a man’s life. It might be embarrassing for the man that has to deal with it and it can even be bad for a marriage, but you should understand that there are things that you can do to prevent it from

    • August

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      2016
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    Treatment for Urinary Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence is the involuntary and accidental leakage of urine. It is very common among elders, as the voluntary control over the bladder muscles decreases with age. More than half of nursing home residents are affected by urinary incontinence. The Department of Health and Human Services estimates that, approximately 13 million Americans of different age

    • August

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      2016
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    Prostate Biopsy Procedure and Side Effects

    Every so often, a blood test might show that you have high levels of prostate-specific antigens. If this does happen, it’s usually advised to seek out a prostate biopsy. A prostate biopsy is a procedure that takes tissue to determine whether there are cancerous cells in the prostate. But what exactly goes into the procedure?

    • August

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      2016
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    Risks of a Vasectomy

    Risks of a Vasectomy

    It’s not uncommon for families to decide that they have reached their limit, and then turn to getting avasectomy. Though it’s a very common and safe procedure, every person is different, and there are sometimes risks that might arise during the surgery. They range from very mild and temporary side-effects to the much rarer occurrence

    • August

      4

      2016
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    Foods To Avoid When Treating A Urinary Tract Infection

    Foods To Avoid When Treating A Urinary Tract Infection

    If you’re suffering from a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), you need to make sure you’re following the proper procedures to alleviate as much pain as possible. This means that you need to watch what you put in your body, because certain elements can cause problems for you. From drinks to actual foods, we’re going to

    • August

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      2016
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    New Year, Healthy Prostate

    New Year, Healthy Prostate

    It is a common new year’s resolution to take steps toward making yourself healthy. If you are an ageing man, I would suggest taking general steps toward a more healthy life, but approach this is a way that is also good for your prostate. Prostate cancer is very common in older men, and as you

    • August

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      2016
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    Common Causes of Infertility In Males

    Common Causes of Infertility In Males

    Infertility can be described as the state of not being capable of conception even after a year or more of regular sexual intercourse that is not protected. Male infertility is usually caused by a low sperm count or other problems with sperm. Generally, men who are incapable of conception make up about 30-50% of all

    • August

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      2016
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    Natural Immune System Boosters

    Natural Immune System Boosters

    Having a healthy immune system is key to fighting sicknesses, as well as longevity. There is a lot that you can do throughout your life to ensure that your immune system is working at its potential. Many of these things you might be doing already, and many of them are easy enough that adding them

    • August

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      2016
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    Kidney Stone Prevention and Treatment

    Kidney Stone Prevention and Treatment

    Kidney Stones can come from a number of different causes. If you are worried about preventing these painful nuisances, here are some basic guide lines on avoiding a run in with them.

    • August

      4

      2016
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    How To Enjoy Prostate Cancer

    How To Enjoy Prostate Cancer

    What? Enjoy cancer? You saw right.  A lot that goes into recovering from an illness is mental. Your recovery relies on your ability to turn a negative into a positive. There are a multitude of fun things you can do that actually fight prostate cancer. Of course, exercising is one of them. But why not

    • August

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      2016
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    Precursors To Prostate Cancer

    Many men stand the risk of suffering from prostate cancer especially during their advanced ages. Like with several other diseases, there are signs that can warn you of an impending attack. Usually, you may not be able to pinpoint exactly what the problem is until the disease becomes very apparent.

    • August

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      2016
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    Another Reason To Quit Smoking

    Another Reason To Quit Smoking

    It’s no secret that smoking isn’t good for you, but new research has found a link between smoking and more aggressive prostate cancer. Now I’m not saying that smoking will cause prostate cancer, but there is evidence supporting that men who smoke at the time are diagnosed with prostate cancer have a much greater risk

    • August

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      2016
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    Vasectomy Reversals

    Vasectomy Reversals

    So, you had a vasectomy, and now you’re having second thoughts. Luckily a vasectomy can often times be undone. While a vasectomy is often thought of as a permanent form of birth control, the tubes that are cut during the procedure can be reconnected. This procedure isn’t any more invasive that the original vasectomy itself,

    • August

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      2016
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    Kegel Exercises

    Kegel Exercises

    Kegel exercises are specifically designed to help strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor. These muscles support the bladder as well as the rectum and they also help to control urine flow. These exercises are useful for men with healthy prostates and especially useful for those who are recovering from prostate surgery and/or prostate cancer.

    • August

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      2016
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    How To Improve Fertility In Males

    Fertility is a sensitive topic for men who desire to have children. Fortunately, there are several steps that can be taken to help improve male fertility. One of the first things to do is what is elementary for health in general; and that is ensure that you are getting adequate sleep, regular exercise, maintaining adequate

    • August

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      2016
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    At Home Treatment Of Urinary Incontinence

    At Home Treatment Of Urinary Incontinence

    For many individuals, urinary incontinence can be treated without medication or surgery. The vast majority of sufferers of this condition are women. However, the good news is that there are steps you can take to gain control of your bladder. Some of these home treatments include:

    • August

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      2016
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    Fish Oil and The Prostate

    Fish Oil and The Prostate

    There have been a lot of questions concerning fish oil and prostate cancer since a study entitled Plasma Phospholipid Fatty Acids and Prostate Cancer Risk in the SELECT Trial was published in the July 2013 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI).

    • August

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      2016
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    Myths about prostate cancer

    Myths about prostate cancer

    Prostate cancer is a disease that unfortunately, many men suffer from. There are countless myths surrounding prostate cancer, most of which are complete inaccurate. If you believe that you may have prostate cancer consult your doctor immediately, and if not, be sure to have regular prostate exams as part of your wellness routine.

    • August

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      2016
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    Do you have ED?

    Do you have ED?

    Having erectile dysfunction can be a taxing experience. There is one basic symptom of ED, being unable to maintain an erection long enough to have sexual intercourse. This problem though can be manifested in many different ways.

    • August

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      2016
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    Overactive Bladder

    Having an overactive bladder (OAB) is an issue that more people encounter than you would think. Symptoms of this are pretty straightforward; having to go frequently, urgently, and during sleep. Many people who suffer from this go without getting it checked out because unless the problem is severe, often times it is thought of to

    • August

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      2016
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    Urinary Tract Infection Treatments

    A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is caused by bacteria, and can happen anywhere along your urinary tract. It is most commonly found in women, however it does occasionally affect men. If you think you might have a urinary tract infection, it is extremely important to seek treatment. Left alone, a UTI can travel to

    • August

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      2016
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