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How Can I Treat Low T?

How Can I Treat Low T?

by Crystal (SU)
If it seems like you are losing interest in your partner – or your partner is losing interest in you – it might be low testosterone that’s to blame. In addition to a lowered sex drive and difficulty performing, other consequences of Low T include sleep problems, and a general lack of motivation or energy. All of these could be signs of low testosterone levels. Keep in mind that the normal range of testosterone levels for otherwise healthy men is 300-900 ng/dL (nanograms per deciliter).

The Most Common Conditions Urologists Treat

The Most Common Conditions Urologists Treat

by Crystal (SU)
Urology is a specialty. A urologist specializes in treating issues of the urinary tract and also external reproduction organs. Urologists treat issues that affect kidneys, bladder, ureters, urethra, testes, penis and prostate.

Helpful Info About Bladder Cancer

Helpful Info About Bladder Cancer

by Shearly (SU)
Most people are familiar with the primary duty of the bladder. Your bladder’s main job is to hold the urine that your kidneys produce until you are ready to go to the bathroom to release it. Some people claim to have tiny ones to justify frequent bathroom trips, but that’s usually not a sign of something serious or more concerning – such as bladder cancer.

Treatments for an Enlarged Prostate

Treatments for an Enlarged Prostate

by Shearly (SU)
As men age, the risk of developing an enlarged prostate increases significantly. It is estimated that, by the age of 60, nearly half of all men will experience an enlarged prostate, otherwise known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). An estimated 90 percent of men will have it by the age of 80.

Most Frequently Asked Questions about Vasectomies

Most Frequently Asked Questions about Vasectomies

by Yenny (SU)
For couples who don’t want children, or whose families are complete, a vasectomy is a reliable and effective means of birth control. It is a permanent solution with 99.85 percent efficacy – a near guarantee against unwanted pregnancies.