Identify the concentration of your testosterone. Testosterone for injection is usually in the form of testosterone cypionate. These liquids come in multiple concentrations, so before giving an injection, it’s very important to make sure that your intended dosage takes...read more
There’s not a man on the planet who hasn’t experienced pain in the testicles. In most instances, it is a benign condition but any lump or bump in the scrotum requires medical attention. Testicular pain is not something you can disregard. There are some conditions if...read more
Although erectile dysfunction is more common in older men, the problem occur in younger men as well. This article will discuss some of the reversible causes of ED.read more
Nearly 5-10% of men in the New Orleans area have diabetes. Diabetes is known to cause heart problems, kidney disease, arthritis, blindness, and obesity. There also one other problem associated with diabetes in men and that is erectile dysfunction or impotence. This article will discuss the relationship between diabetes and erectile dysfunction.read more
I am frequently asked by patients about screening for prostate cancer with PSA testing. This article will discuss the evidence as well as my recommendations for my patients.read more
Bottom Line: Urinary tract infections are common in middle aged and older men. Most of the men with UTIs can be successful treated with antibiotics.read more
Cystitis, or inflammation of the bladder, is one of the most common types of urinary tract infection (UTI) and affects more than 90 per cent of women.read more
a vasectomy is a cost effective method of contraception that can easily be performed in the doctor’s office.read more
Some men have a blockage to the flow of urine and the bladder no matter how much it contracts or squeezes cannot fully empty the urine contents residing in the bladder. As a result, there may be a constant dribbling of urine. This is referred to as overflow incontinence. Overflow incontinence is more common in older men and is often due to an enlarged prostate.read more
Most men and women can hold their urine for 15-20 minutes after the first urge to urinate. If you feel a near-constant need to urinate, or feel as though you can’t ‘hold on’ when you do need to go, this is likely to be an overactive bladder. This differs from stress incontinence, when the pelvic floor muscles are too weak to prevent urination.read more
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Advanced Prostate Cancer Can Be Successfully Treated
Men with advanced prostate cancer can be treated with androgen derivation therapy. ADT reduces the testosterone level which often serves as fuel for prostate cancer cells.