Adrenal tumors are cancerous or non-cancerous growths on the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands control many processes in the body and secrete hormones which help regulate chemical balance, regulate metabolism and supplement other glands.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, also known as an enlarged prostate, can cause a range of symptoms including frequent or incomplete urination.
Bladder Cancer is a potentially aggressive tumor that arises from the cells that line the inside of the bladder – the part of your body that holds and releases urine.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) – also called impotence – is the inability to get and maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.
Infertility is the difficulty of becoming pregnant. In males, it may be secondary to low sperm production, misshapen or immobile sperm, or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm.
Interstitial Cystitis - also known as Painful Bladder Syndrome - is a chronic condition that causes uncomfortable pressure and pain in the bladder and/or pelvic area.
Kidney Cancer are tumors that arise in the kidney – two bean-shaped organs whose main purpose is to clean toxins and other waste products from the blood.
Kidney Stones are accumulated pieces of un-dissolved salts and minerals which can grow to the point where they can cause sudden, intense pain as they pass from the kidneys through the ureters.
Low Testosterone, also known as hypogonadism, is more common in men as they age, but can be secondary to issues with the pituitary gland or testicles, as well as lifestyle factors.
Overactive Bladder is a condition characterized by bladder contractions that occur without “permission” from the patient. This may or may not cause Urinary Incontinence, or leakage of urine.
A sheet of muscles and ligaments called the Pelvic Floor supports the uterus, small bowel, colon and bladder. If pelvic floor muscles are weak, your organs may drop and bulge into the vagina.
If the foreskin of the penis cannot be retracted, or is difficult or painful to retract, the condition is known as phimosis. If the foreskin is retracted but cannot be placed back over the head of the penis, the condition is known as paraphimosis, which is a medical emergency.
Prostate Cancer begins in the prostate gland – a small, walnut-sized structure that is part of the male reproductive system. It is the most common cause of cancer.
The prostate gland surrounds the urethra as it exits the bladder. The prostate grows as you get older and can cause health issues if it gets too large.
Prostatitis is a common, often painful condition that can happen to men of all ages. Pelvic pain in and around the prostate may be from an infection, injury, or some other problem.
Testicular Cancer is a rapidly growing form of cancer beginning in one or both testicles. It is the most common cause of cancer in men between 18-40 years, but can happen at any age.
A urethral stricture is scar tissue that forms in the urethra, the tube which drains urine from the bladder. Some strictures cause no symptoms, while others make it difficult or impossible to urinate. This thin tube also has an important role in ejaculation for men.
Urinary incontinence leakage of urine, which may be due to bladder dysfunction or dysfunction of muscles supporting the bladder, among other reasons.
Urinary Tract Infections are caused by germs that get into your urinary tract via your urethra, the tube that carries urine from your bladder to outside your body.
Vaginal Pain may be caused by insufficient lubrication resulting from low estrogen levels or inadequate foreplay.
During a Vasectomy, a doctor closes or blocks the two tubes, called vas deferens, that carry sperm to the penis for ejaculation.
While vasectomy should be considered a permanent form of birth control, it may be possible to reconnect or unblock the vas deferens, allowing the return of sperm to your ejaculate.