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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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New Device Could Change How Prostate Cancer is Detected

 

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 tube translates to a clean bill of health.

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A Downside of Vitamin C in Men

Vitamin C is supposed to be the ‘go to’ for when you’re feeling under the weather, right? But a new warning…research finds too much Vitamin C can lead to painful side effects like an increased risk of kidney stones, tiny masses of crystals that can painfully obstruct the urinary tract. The signs and symptoms include:

severe pain from the flank to groin or to the genital area and inner thigh.

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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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Incontinence: Taking Control of an Embarrassing and Potentially Dangerous Medical Condition

(Part 1 of a 3 part blog series)
By Urology Austin’s Jeffrey Kocurek, M.D.

Urinary habits are often taken for granted, but the negative impact that urinary issues have on everyday aspects of quality of life are tremendous.

Urinary incontinence, defined as the unintentional loss of urine, affects 10 to 13 million Americans.

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7 Vegetables You’re Probably Not Eating But Should Be…

Attention meat lovers! Recent studies show that vegetarians have lower blood pressure than their meat-eating counterparts. But does that mean you have to give up your weekends at The Salt Lick? Absolutely not. Just because you eat meat doesn’t mean you can’t load up on tasty veggies, too.  In fact, produce enhances your protein. So consider these seven nutrient-rich vegetables to keep your diet balanced and your body healthy.

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