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Intimacy Obstacles on Valentine’s Day

by |  February 11th, 2015
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Has Cupid left the bedroom because of your incontinence, ED (erectile dysfunction), or Low T (low testosterone)? While these may seem like embarrassing issues, they are more common than you think. Find out if your symptoms are likely indicators of these conditions, and what treatments exist so they don’t ruin your romance on Valentine’s Day!
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ED vs. Low T…do you know the difference?

by |  February 6th, 2015
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ED (erectile dysfunction) and Low T (low testosterone) are both common issues affecting millions of men today. Even though they share similar symptoms, they are actually two separate conditions. ED is defined by the inability of a man to attain and/or maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse. Low T means the testicles are not producing
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How Safe is Long Term Testosterone Replacement Therapy Use?

by |  January 21st, 2015

For as long as testosterone replacement therapy has been used to treat men suffering from low testosterone, or ‘Low T’, there have been skeptics arguing that it increases the risk of prostate cancer. Recent research from The Journal of Urology of the American Urological Association, suggests otherwise. Experts say if testosterone therapy is prescribed under
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New Device Could Change How Prostate Cancer is Detected

by |  December 2nd, 2014

A chemist from Brigham Young University and his students created a new device that could change how doctors detect prostate cancer and kidney disease. Instead of invasive blood draws, the device uses urine. A tiny tube is lined with DNA sequences that latch onto disease markers in the urine. Urine that flows freely through the
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Prostate Cancer Risk Factors

by |  November 22nd, 2014

Determining Prostate Cancer Risk Factors At Urology Austin, we tell our patients that it is critically important to detect prostate cancer in its earliest stages. If we can find it early, we are better able to treat it successfully. We look at each individual’s prostate cancer risk factors to determine which patients should receive screening
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