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Motion is Lotion

So you are stuck at home and feeling a little cabin fever?  A great way to combat stress is to get your move on.  Gentle exercise from walking and stretching can help circulate your blood, release endorphins, and improve your mood.  Below are some helpful ideas to try:

Take A Walk

Try taking a 30 min walk two times a day.

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Bladder Irritants: Is food giving you a grumpy bladder?

Do you ever get the impression that certain foods and beverages make you feel like you have to urinate ALL THE TIME?  Maybe your morning coffee or a soda at the movie theater?  How about all those Valentine’s Day chocolates you just inhaled?  Don’t worry, you aren’t dreaming this up.  There are certain foods (the ones everybody loves) that aren’t loved by your bladder.

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Dr. Carl Bischoff and Staff

When we called Dr. Bischoff’s office, we were in panic mode as my husband was barely able to void. Yarnell, his office assistant , very professionally was able to calm me down after hearing desperation in my voice.  She made it possible for us to be seen ASAP and Dr. Bischoff agreed to take over my husband’s complicated case.

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Urology Austin’s 5th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer 5K Run

Urology Austin is proud to present the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Austin for the 5th year.  ZERO hold prostate cancer runs in more than 40 cities across the United States to raise awareness and money, and to provide support to prostate cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones. We hope you will come out and support the cause on October 24th at Camp Marby.  

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ED vs. Low T…do you know the difference?

 

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 enough of the male hormone testosterone.

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How Safe is Long Term Testosterone Replacement Therapy Use?

 

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 proper guidelines,

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Prostate Cancer Risk Factors

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 tests for prostate cancer.

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It’s All About Keeping Central Texas Men Healthy This June

June is Men’s Health Month in Central Texas

Three years ago, Urology Austin approached the City of Austin to declare June as Men’s Health Month and a formal proclamation was established (read more about it in a previous blog). And again this June, we are continuing our commitment to keeping the men of Central Texas healthy.

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