After undergoing a male vasectomy, it is possible that some men may opt to have a vasectomy reversal. The reasons for this can range from unexpected post-operative pain in the testes, to change of mind and the desire to start a family.
If you want to know how to keep kidneys healthy, water is a good step. Some years ago, Kidney Health Australia (KHA) put out a position statement on water. The statement, called ‘Drink Water Instead’, highlighted the importance of water in maintaining kidney health. This is because without adequate water, our kidneys suffer and cannot properly function.Read More »The Importance of Water for Healthy Kidney Function
If you are you are suffering from BPH and are confused between UroLift or TURP,… Read More »UroLift Or TURP – Which Procedure to Choose for Treating BPH?
Laparoscopic surgery is a specific type of keyhole surgery performed under general anaesthetic. Usually used for examination and access to the abdomen and pelvis, this surgery provides a window into the inside of the body using a laparoscope camera. But once your keyhole surgery is over, there is still your laparoscopy recovery time to get through.Read More »How to recover from laparoscopic surgery?
Urinary incontinence is an issue that some sufferers may feel embarrassed about, but might be relieved to hear is more common than they realise. It is also usually very treatable – with treatments ranging from exercises, to various surgery options or medication, depending on the nature of the condition and its cause.Read More »What is Stress Incontinence?
Learn more about the urological treatments for kidney stones by understanding that kidney stones occur when salts in the urine form into solid crystals or ‘stones’. These stones can block the normal urine flow, and can be accompanied by severe pain.Read More »Urological Treatments for Kidney Stones
Originally Posted May 15th 2015
A number of studies reveal that high levels of vitamin D in the blood may have a protective effect against bladder cancer. It now also appears that marijuana may play a similar role – which while controversial, is a rather interesting development!Read More »Do Vitamin D and Marijuana Have Something in Common?
A new US study done at the University of Maryland’s School of Medicine has found that men who have had testicular cancer may be at a higher risk of prostate cancer.Read More »Is There a Link Between Testicular and Prostate Cancers?