Prostate cancer is a common type of cancer in men – 13 out of 100 men will be diagnosed with it. In Texas, it is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men. Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths for Texan men.
La hiperplasia benigna de próstata (HBP) es un agrandamiento de la glándula prostática que afecta a aproximadamente el 50% de los hombres para los 60 años de edad, y a hasta el 90% de los hombres para los 85 años de edad.
Did you know BPH (also known as enlarged prostate) affects about 50% of men by age 60, and up to 90% of men by age 85? Symptoms include getting up at night to urinate, frequency, irregular flow, urgency, weak stream, and straining.
If your family is complete and you’re looking for a permanent, side-effect-free method of birth control, a vasectomy may be right for you.
It’s true. Women love men who get vasectomies. Women love the benefits of a vasectomy, like permanent contraception minus side effects and complications of other kinds of birth control. Read on for five reasons women love men who get vasectomies.
Prostate cancer is common, but did you know that it’s the second most common cancer diagnosed in American men? Here are eight other surprising prostate cancer statistics, according to the American Cancer Society:
- Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in American men.
- 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Urinary incontinence affects 25 million adult Americans, according to the National Foundation for Continence. Although the loss of bladder control is a common health concern, it isn’t easy to live with. Both men and women experience urinary incontinence. Due to anatomical differences and childbirth, it’s more common in women than in men.
There are five different types of urinary incontinence.
One common men’s health issue is prostate cancer, and there are many known risk factors. A risk factor is something that increases your risk of getting a certain disease. Some risk factors, like smoking, are lifestyle choices that can be changed. Others, like age, can’t be changed.
Having one or more risk factors for prostate cancer doesn’t mean that you will get it.
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After four years of providing BPH relief to men in San Antonio and beyond with Rezūm, we’re thrilled to announce Urology San Antonio has performed more Rezūm procedures than any other Urology group in the United States.
“What makes the Rezūm system unique is that it has the effectiveness of invasive surgery,