There are few things as painful as passing a kidney stone. Some people compare it to giving birth. With around 600,000 kidney stone cases in the United States ever year, let’s take a look at 8 signs you may have kidney stones.
Whether you are the type of person who likes to make face-to-face contact with a men’s health doctor or you prefer a more laid back and confidential approach online, it is easy to find one of today’s men’s health specialists. Whatever works for you, do it. Your only decision now is when to see a men’s health specialist.
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 next steps.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects more than 30 million men in the U.S. It is especially common in men with prostate surgery, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity.
However, it is now possible to treat almost all men with ED. ED undermines a man’s sexual confidence—but successful treatment can help restore it. Many ED treatments are covered by insurance and prescription plans.
Dr. Evans is hosting an ED Webinar on May 23rd. Attend the FREE Men’s Health Webinar sponsored by Coloplast Corp. for education about approved ED treatment options.
When you decide it’s finally time to talk with Dr. Evans about your erectile dysfunction, all that is needed to begin is answering some medical questions and getting a physical exam. You may have chronic health issues that could be the underlying cause. You won’t know any answers until you begin.
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, can affect a 75 year old male as well as a man who is 25. People typically expect a senior to have this issue, it is actually much more common than you think. But why? Erectile dysfunction in younger men: a guide.
Overactive bladder, or OAB, is the sudden and uncontrollable need to urinate affecting men and 40% of women. It can lead to the embarrassing involuntary leakage of urine. If you have an overactive bladder and have tried all the prescription meds with their accompanying complications or ineffectiveness, don’t give up. There are additional overactive bladder treatments beyond medications.