Here at our New York prostate health center, prostate enlargement is one of the most common reasons of first-time visits from our patients. “Should I be worried?”, “What is causing the enlargement?” or “Do I need to take certain medications?” are just a few of the questions from our male patients concerning an enlarged prostate. keep reading
Here at our New York prostate health center, first time visitors often present themselves with symptoms that are already in their advanced stage. Since early detection of prostate problems, whether its prostate cancer or non-cancerous prostate conditions, is the key to long-term survival, we encourage men to be more mindful of their bodies, particularly when keep reading
It’s human nature to do certain things to be able to cope and manage difficult situations. Coping styles vary — from a sense of spirituality to talking to a therapist to distractions via work or hobbies. Although these strategies are inherently different from one another, they all have a common purpose, that is to help keep reading
Initial reactions of shock and surprise are quite common after prostate cancer diagnosis. Other common reactions include anxiety, confusion, anger, and depression. By the time you meet your doctor to discuss treatments, you may be quite confused with the array of treatment choices set before you. Here at our New York prostate health center, we keep reading
Urinary incontinence is not uncommon following surgery for prostate cancer treatment. Many men would regain control of their bladder between 6 to 12 months following surgery. Here at our New York prostate health center, we encourage men who just underwent surgery to improve symptoms of urinary incontinence through steps that will help them regain control keep reading
Although urinary problems are common before your prostate cancer diagnosis — from dribbling urine to trouble passing urine due to an enlarged prostate, many men still find themselves having bladder difficulties after surgery or radiation therapy. Here at our New York prostate health center, we encourage patients to be more watchful of their urinary habits keep reading
While the number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are increasing in number each year, survival rates are looking really good. This is highly attributed to the rapid advancements in the detection and treatment of this type of cancer. Dr. Dan Sperling, a New York prostate cancer specialist, has the combination of expertise, knowledge, and keep reading
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