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But that doesn’t mean you need to take the "wait and see" approach.
As men and women get older, they’re more likely to experience prostate and other urological issues. These problems can include testicular lumps or cancer, kidney and urinary tract diseases, as well as issues resulting from an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer. Although these urological problems can be difficult or even embarrassing to talk about, as they may cause you to lose bladder control or affect sexual performance, the alternative can be much worse. If you’re a man over 50, you should talk to you doctor about getting a regular exam.
Prostate health. Erectile dysfunction. Testicular cancer. There are certain health issues that only affect men, and we understand it can be hard to seek treatment when you have a problem. Our men’s health specialists are doctors and nurses with training in the issues that affect you. They can answer your questions in a low-pressure, confidential setting by helping you sort through the options so you can get back to your life as quickly and painlessly as possible.
Once you turn 50, your risk of prostate health problems goes up dramatically. The most common prostate problem is prostate enlargement, which happens because the prostate continues to grow as you mature. As a result, it can start to squeeze the urethra and cause bladder control problems. It can also affect sexual performance and increase your risk of prostate cancer.
Talk with your doctor to figure out what prostate exam is right for you.
Specialized care, just for men
There’s no one-size-fits-all health care for men. That’s why we treat each patient as an individual, talking with you about your health history and lifestyle to figure out the best treatment plan for you. Whether you come to us for a routine prostate exam or you’re interested in a surgical solution for erectile dysfunction, our industry-leading doctors have the expertise and the cutting-edge medical technology to get you the care you need quickly and privately.
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