Urinary tract cancers can present themselves with a many symptoms, or none at all. Specialized medical oncologists, surgeons and radiation oncologists work closely to personalize your cancer treatment.
PSA levels alone aren not a good indicator of prostate health. Instead, your doctor will look at your PSA levels alongside other risk factors, such as age, digital rectal exam results, and family history.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is the very common disease affecting the prostate. Circumstance such as family history, lifestyle, and your overall medical condition can affect your risk for developing BPH.
Overactive bladder affects both sexes and may be due to a number of different causes. Identifying the cause of a patient’s overactive bladder is essential before any treatment, but this is a treatable condition and it’s possible to stop the constant disruptions and start living life again.
Urinary incontinence, is a common condition that involves the involuntary loss of urine. While it is common, it should never be considered normal and there are several treatments options available.
Erectile Dysfunction, loss of libido (sexual desire), premature ejaculation and difficulty achieving orgasm can result from a variety of factors or a combination of factors. 21st Century urologists provide a variety of treatment options for these common issues.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) is an infection in various parts of your urinary system your kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Can be very common, and when treated properly most of them respond quickly to treatment.
Most kidney stones will pass on their own. However, stones that are too large, if it becomes stuck in the urinary tract, or other complications may be treated by various techniques, most of which do not involve major surgery.
Decreased fertility or infertility can be the cause of several conditions. The infertility treatment options are available and it will depend on the issues you’re facing and its cause.