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Robert Cornell, MD, PA
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Expert Healthcare for Men in Houston, Texas (https://goo.gl/dVRcDw)

Robert J. Cornell, MD has been helping men (and women) with their health for nearly 15 years. From erectile dysfunction to urinary incontinence, he offers comprehensive care with state-of-the-art technology.

Areas of expertise include the treatments of:
• urinary incontinence
• erectile dysfunction
• genitourinary disease (for men and women)
• prostate enlargement
• urinary leakage and urgency in women
• and prostate cancer

Return to the vibrant life you deserve and make an appointment with our Online Booking tool today. (https://goo.gl/dVRcDw)

#menshealth #health #houston #urology
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Typical Origins of Kidney Pain
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Many of the most typical sources of kidney pain are due to urinary tract infection, kidney stones, polycystic kidney disease, or blood clots/bleeding in the kidneys. If you experience kidney pain, your urologist may be able to recommend treatments to help manage symptoms and treat the source of the pain.

Your kidneys perform many vital functions when it comes to helping maintain your overall health, including filtering waste and excess fluids from your blood. If there is a problem with them, you may feel pain in your one or both sides.

#kidneypain #kidneyhealth #urology
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What Happens When Your Testosterone Levels Are Too Low
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Over time, a man's testosterone levels will naturally decline. Because testosterone is the hormone responsible for maintaining energy levels, muscle mass, and an overall well-being in men, a deficiency leads to symptoms such as fatigue, energy loss, bone loss (also known as osteoporosis), and muscle loss.

Low testosterone can be treated through the use of lifestyle changes, hormone therapy, and testosterone supplements. Testosterone delivery methods come in different shapes and sizes, including injections, patches, pellets, and more.

#lowtestosterone #testosterone #menshealth #houston #texas
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What to do When You Have an Overactive Bladder
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An overactive bladder can make you experience more frequent urges to use the restroom than before, especially at night. Luckily, there are a handful of things you can do to manage symptoms.

Limiting fluid intake in the two hours before you go to bed at night can help you reduce or avoid disruptive nighttime urges. Also try to cut back on alcoholic and caffeinated beverages, since both encourage your body to release water.

#overactivebladder #bladderhealth #urology #houston #texas
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Penile Implants Specialist in Houston, Texas
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If you're struggling with the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, and lifestyle changes or medication haven't worked, you may be a good candidate for a penile implant. These devices can have you return to an active sex life and enjoy intimacy with your partner once again.

For more information on these devices, contact Dr. Robert J. Cornell, an experienced urologist serving patients in Houston, Texas. Appointments are available by phone (281) 607-5300) or online through our website?

#penileimplants #penileprosthesis #Houston #Texas
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What is Interstitial Cystitis?
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Interstitial cystitis is a chronic bladder problem characterized by a bladder wall that is inflamed and irritated. Symptoms typically include an urgent need to urinate, pressure or pain around the bladder, and pain during sexual intercourse.

Your doctor may be able to treat the condition through bladder distention, bladder instillation, oral medications, electrical nerve stimulation, surgery, or through the use of certain antidepressants and antihistamines.

#interstitialcystitis #bladderhealth #urology
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An Introduction to Peyronie's Disease
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Peyronie’s disease is characterized by a plaque, or hard lump, that forms within the penis. Symptoms may develop slowly or appear overnight, and may include reduced flexibility and pain, as well as a tendency for the penis to bend or arc during erection.

While the plaque is non-cancerous and not contagious, it can interfere with a man's ability to easily ad painlessly achieve an erection. Although some medications exist to treat the disease, generally the most effective treatment option will be surgery to correct the issue.

#Peyroniesdisease #erectiledysfunction #houston #texas
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What You Can Do to Prevent Erectile Dysfunction
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What's causing your erectile dysfunction can typically be linked to your fitness, diet, or stress levels. Staying active and eating a balanced diet are some of the best ways to maintain your cardiovascular system and protect your ability to achieve and maintain erections.

Excess body fat can cause excessive inflammation in your body and convert your testosterone into estrogen, a hormone typically associated with female reproductive health. Foods like watermelon, fruits and berries, and healthy carbs can also help you improve function and support stamina during intimacy.

#erectiledysfunction #menshealth #houston #texas
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The Role of Hormone Therapy in Treating Menopause
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Menopause can cause changes to a woman's urinary function over time. This typically occurs because menopause reduces the amount of the female hormone estrogen, and a lack of estrogen reduces the urinary tract’s ability to control urination.

Your doctor may have you undergo hormone therapy, which involves treatments where more estrogen is supplied to the body to help counteract the effects of menopause. Hormone therapy is also beneficial in treating vaginal atrophy and decreasing the risk of osteoporosis and colorectal cancer.

#hormonetherapy #bladdercontrol #menopause
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Vasectomies in Houston, Texas
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A vasectomy is a great way for a man to achieve permanent and reliable birth control without the use of medication, spermicide, or condoms. With just one easy incision, your doctor can prevent sperm from entering semen and ever leaving the genitals; in addition, patients will retain the ability to enjoy intimacy without any noticeable changes.

If you are considering a vasectomy to aide in your family planning, schedule an appointment today with Dr. Robert J. Cornell, now accepting new patients in Houston, Texas.

#vasectomy #houston #texas
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