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Surprising Things a Urologist Can Help With

Surprising Things a Urologist Can Help With

by Shearly (SU)
Urologists are highly trained specialists that diagnose and treat disorders of the genitourinary system, which includes the kidneys, bladder, adrenal glands, urethra and reproductive organs. Many people know that urologists treat prostrate issues in men, but they may not know that a urologist can also help with both male and female infertility. In some cases, a woman may also need to see a urogynecologist (for conditions affecting the bladder and female fertility such as a pelvic organ prolapse), although a urologist is qualified to render care for both sexes.

Signs of “Low T” Men Should Not Ignore

Signs of “Low T” Men Should Not Ignore

by Shearly (SU)
The aging process often causes a natural drop in hormones for both men and women. Whereas women may experience a drop in progesterone and estrogen levels, men tend to experience a decrease in testosterone production as they age. Men with low testosterone, also known as “Low T,” begin to experience certain signs and symptoms such as a lower sex drive, or even subtle changes in body shape and energy levels.

Five things You Should know About Vasectomy Reversals

Five things You Should know About Vasectomy Reversals

by Bevon Findley (SU)
Thanks to advanced micro-surgical techniques, more and more men are now able to look forward to fathering children following a successful vasectomy reversal. Only a qualified surgeon, such as Dr. Desiderio Avila, can determine if a reversal is right for you, but the following list can help you learn more about what you should know about vasectomy reversals in general.

The Complete Guide to a Vasectomy Reversal

The Complete Guide to a Vasectomy Reversal

by Shearly (SU)
Welcome to your Complete Guide to a vasectomy reversal, as brought to you by Ironwood Urology in Phoenix, AZ. Whether your click to this page was brought on by curiosity, or you are starting to feel anxious about your choice to undergo a vasectomy, the good news is: you made it!