At Westchester Health, an issue that some of our male patients suffer from is infertility, and we know how stressful and frustrating this can be for men. Fortunately, infertility is not always a permanent prognosis—it can be treated and in a great many instances, can be reversed. In this blog, we hope to dispel some myths and offer helpful information so that men with this condition can get help and hopefully, conceive a child.
If you have a possible urological issue, even if it seems like no big deal, it’s important to visit a urologist to get it checked out. If it’s minor, it can often be treated quickly and easily, and if it’s something more serious, the earlier it’s detected, the better your chances of a positive outcome and full recovery. At Westchester Health, we remind our male patients all the time, particularly as they get older, how crucial it is for them to pay attention to warning signs. To help men everywhere know what to look for, we put together this list of signs and symptoms to look out for.
Do you experience burning pain when you go to the bathroom? Do you feel like you need to pee all the time? Do you have pain in your lower back, nausea, vomiting or dizziness? You may have a urinary tract infection, or UTI. Although some women are more prone to UTIs (especially those who have diabetes or are post-menopausal), most women can avoid future urinary infections by following these simple guidelines. Continue reading →
If you’re a male with a possible urological issue, even if it seems minor, it’s important to visit a Urologist to get it checked out.