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Majority of men are not aware of Prostate gland. They might hear it from the doctor while experiencing any problem or disease related to Prostate gland. What is the function of this gland? What problems can we might get with this gland? When it’s...

Majority of men who are getting older might wondered if there are any measures or ways to prevent enlarged prostate or lower the risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Advancing age and family history of the disease are the two main risk...

The Prostate Cancer is the disease in which malignant cells or cancerous cells develop in the tissues of prostate gland, which is located in male reproductive system and produces a fluid that protects and nourishes sperm in the semen. It has become the...

The involuntary or accidental leakage of urine is called as Urinary Incontinence (UI) or simple it means that a person has to urinate when he/she don’t want to. It is a common and sometimes embarrassing problem for most of the affected people.

It has happened to most of women: when they cough, sneeze or laugh then all of a sudden they feel that unique sensation of their bladder leakage. Most of them feel embarrassed and uncomfortable if they are experiencing Urinary Incontinence (UI) and none...

Prostate gland surrounds the bottom of the bladder and first few inches of urethra (urinary tube) in men. Prostate gland plays an important role in the male reproductive system by secreting seminal fluid and this seminal fluid combine with sperm to make...

Vasectomy is the form of male birth control method that prevents the supply of sperm to the semen. The method involves the cutting and sealing of tubes that carry sperm. You need to be certain, before getting a Vasectomy, that you don’t want having...

Nowadays, majority of men are concerned about the two most common health problems: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (enlargement of Prostate) and Prostate Cancer, which are related to Prostate gland, an organ found in men which is responsible for important...

When different medications can’t help to treat your Erectile Dysfunction (ED) problem then the best treatment option at this time will be Penis Implant Surgery or Penile Implant Surgery. Those men who have tried various treatments of Erectile...

Most of the men think that Prostate Cancer is not going to happen to them unless their father or brother has had the disease. Around more than 1.1 million men worldwide are diagnosed with Prostate Cancer each year. Finding out that you have the disease...

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a distended prostate. As men get matured, it’s common for the prostate gland to advance which can cause painful urinary symptoms. A large prostate gland can evade the proper flow of urine out of the bladder and...

Permanent contraception is called sterilization. When a man is sterilized, the procedure is called a vasectomy. When a male ejaculates the fluid or semen from the penis it contains sperm. Sperm is accomplished in your testicles (balls) and move up your...

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a noncancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, known as a common incidence to aged men. Each patient with BPH may experience diverse distinct or collective symptoms, the most usual symptoms of benign prostatic...

The cryotherapy for prostate cancer freezes prostate gland, triggering cancer cells to expire. As a marginally invasive process, it is sometimes utilized as a substitute to the surgical exclusion of the prostate gland. Your urologist may endorse...

Most of the men experience Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and about 30 million men in the United States are affected by ED. It is commonly called as “impotence” and the Erectile Dysfunction causes include various factors such as any other health condition...

Urinary incontinence (UI) is the unintended leakage of urine. At diverse ages, males and females have altered risks for emerging this condition. Women are far more probable than adult men to experience UI as of anatomical differences in the pelvic area...