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Urology Austin Expands Round Rock Office to Address Growing Needs in Williamson, Northern Travis Counties

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AUSTIN, TEXAS –(May 5, 2016)  Urology Austin, Central Texas’ largest urology practice, has expanded its Round Rock office located at 16040 Park Valley Drive, Building A, Suite 111 to accommodate its continuing growth. They have nearly doubled their exam and procedure rooms and continue to offer ancillary services including urodynamics (diagnostic study of bladder pressure for incontinence),

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Most women think the best way to prevent urinary leakage during exercise is to simply avoid it. Not so, says Dr. Grady Bruce.

He was recently interviewed by Reader’s Digest about ways to help with this annoying and sometimes embarrassing condition.

“Getting fit is one of the best things you can do for your body and that includes your pelvic floor muscles (the “keep the pee in”

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I have been a patient of Dr. Singh for around 10 years and am fortunate to have found him and his staff. Dr. Singh repaired a very botched procedure by another Urology practice in Austin, that had left me with extensive bleeding for years. Dr. Singh had the technical skills to repair the serious problem,

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Vasectomy Reversal Gives Hope

Brad leaned back against the park bench a slight smile tugging at the corner of his mouth as he watched two boys showing off about which one could push the merry-go-round the fastest. He often stopped at the park after work to walk and enjoy the fresh air. Now that summer was here, the air was hotter and the park was busier.

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Knowing Your Body: Hematuria

When we don’t know our bodies, it can get pretty scary when things go wrong. Of course, now the internet is around to research symptoms, but that doesn’t always lead to exactly what the problem is. Some issues have to be addressed by professionals, and one example is Hematuria. More commonly referred to as blood in the urine,

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Schedule Your Vasectomy Now to Recover While Watching the Olympics.

Once you’ve decided that you no longer want to have any children, you can simply call and schedule your vasectomy. However, that’s not typically how it goes. Men tend to put off scheduling a vasectomy for many months or even years after they make the decision not to have more children.

Sometimes it takes a pregnancy scare to remind men that taking responsibility for their reproductive decisions is important.

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