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Is a prostate exam really so bad? — guest post by Maria Rainier by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 12:32am Editor’s note: Throughout this blog, I write about the importance of getting prostate exams.  With effective and regular screenings, you have a fighting chance to catch prostate cancer in it’s earlier stages — when it’s treatable. I thought you would enjoy a guest article on prostate exams, from a woman’s perspective. As always, talk with your ... Read on »
Serious prostatitis are hard to be treated by winter1101 Posted Tue 04 Jun 2013 3:54pm How to treat prostatitis? Scaling plus root planing would be the a couple of methods as used by this dentist, periodontist and also hygienist. These techniques are made to take out tartar inside of the gum line and also between teeth in addition to detoxify the fundamental exterior. The particular surgery with periodontal disease usually ar ... Read on »
Open radical retropubic prostatectomy (RRP) for treatment of early stage (localized) prostate cancer by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 1:41pm The Basics The “anatomical approach” to radical retropubic prostatectomy, designed to spare the nerve bundles on both sides of the prostate and better control bleeding during surgery, was developed by Patrick Walsh, MD ( see right ) of the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, in the early 1980s. It ... Read on »
Prostate Cancer Health Tips by Mike V. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:40pm Tip 1 If you suspect that you have prostate cancer. Go to your doctor and ask for a Prostate Specific Antigen test. This is the common test used to detect the disease. The systems of the disease are: A general pain in the prostate area A need to urinate frequently, especially at night time Difficulty in urinating, both i ... Read on »
Old Dog Hurts When Urinating - The Underlying Cause Behind the Problem by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Mar 2009 3:16pm If an old dog has a urination problem, you may wonder what caused such a condition especially if the dog has been happy and healthy in the past. When an old dog hurts when urinating, chances are he may be suffering from an infection affecting his urinary system. Before giving the dog any home treatment, seek the help of your veterinarian s ... Read on »
Signs and symptoms of prostate cancer by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 1:37am Introduction Signs are physical changes that can be detected by anybody. They may include such things as swelling, smell (odor), sensitivity to touch, and abnormal test results. Symptoms are discomforts that are normally known only to the patient: e.g., pain, nausea, and a burning sensation when you urinate. Most signs and symptoms are n ... Read on »
Established surgical treatments for early stage (localized) prostate cancer by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 1:31pm Note: The information provided below is basic information only. The content of this section will be upgraded in the near future to offer a more detailed commentary on the first-line surgical treatment of early stage (localized) disease. Surgical treatment for prostate cancer is most common among relatively younger (≤70 years) and healthie ... Read on »
An easy strategy to reduce the warning signs of prostatitis should be to include acidic tomatoes into the diet regime by winter1101 Posted Tue 21 May 2013 3:14pm How to treat prostatitis? Adult males should adapt his or her eating practices for example reducing ingesting occasions, don't eat spicy ingredients along with the like, just in this way, can certainly men prevent recurring congestion involving prostate sweat gland along with vesica. Adult males must also feed on more fruit and also vegetabl ... Read on »
Prostate Cancer Risk Factors by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 Mar 2009 11:19pm 1 Comment The prostate gland is not very large but is important to producing the liquid which feeds as well as transports the semen.. The growth of the cells in the prostate gland is stimulated by the male sex hormone called testosterone. Though its causes are unknown, prostate cancer is a frightening prospect for men. Apart from threatening their lives, ... Read on »
Update on Prostate Cancer and Cryotherapy by Robert W. Posted Sat 22 Aug 2009 9:01pm         Health Report:   Update on Prostate Cancer and Cryotherapy "A critical weekly review of important new research findings for health-conscious readers..."   By, Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS Updated:  08/23/2009 The information in this column is intended for informational purposes o ... Read on »