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South Jersey Urology Consultants
Urologist Serving Vineland, New Jersey
Urologist Serving Vineland, New Jersey
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7 Kidney Infection Signs and Symptoms You Should Never Ignore
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If left untreated, a urinary tract infection (UTI) could turn into a kidney infection, which can be very dangerous and even deadly. UTIs start when bacteria enter the urethra and have apparent symptoms such as needing to pee often, a burning sensation when you pee, and only being able to pee a small amount at a time. When a UTI turns into a kidney infection, you might have dark, cloudy, foul-smelling pee, back pain, fever, vomiting, or nausea.

#uti #kidneyinfection #urology
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What Signs and Symptoms Would You Expect to See with Interstitial Cystitis?
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Interstitial cystitis is also known as painful bladder syndrome because it causes unnecessary pressure and pain in the bladder. In normal people, your brain gets a signal when your bladder is full, but with those who have interstitial cystitis the signal to the brain occurs more frequently, causing them to urinate more frequently than necessary.

#interstitialcystitis #urology
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How to Treat Stress Incontinence
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Stress incontinence happens when the muscles in your pelvic floor weaken and involuntary action, like a sneeze or a cough, causes you to lose urine without control. To regain control of your pelvic floor, surgery might be needed to reinforce your muscles. Another option may be getting regular injections of bulking agents around your urethra.

#incontinence #bladder #urology

Dr. Christopher Lee at South Jersey Urology Consultants in Vineland, New Jersey, has years of experience treating stress incontinence resulting from such medical treatments. If you’re suffering from stress incontinence and want help regaining your dignity, call Dr. Lee to schedule your consultation or book online.
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How Does Ejaculatory Duct Obstruction Cause Prostatitis?
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Ejaculatory duct obstruction happens when the ducts that carry semen from the vas deferens are blocked, which prevents most of a man's semen from being ejaculated. Men usually find they have this problem when they are being tested for fertility.

#prostatitis #menshealth #prostatehealth
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Urinary Tract Infections in Men
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UTI's happen more commonly in women than they do in men, because of the anatomy of male and female bodies. Though they're not as frequent an occurrence in men, they can occur. Usually, it is diagnosed through a urine sample alongside some additional tests. All UTI's are treated with a round of antibiotics. Men can help prevent their risk of getting a UTI by emptying their bladder every time they pee, and by drinking plenty of water every day to keep your kidneys functioning.

#kidney #UTI #menshealth
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How Do You Remove Large Kidney Stones?
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Kidney stones are hardened minerals and sodium that build up in your kidneys from the food you eat. They are usually very painful to pass through your urinary tract, and if they become too large to pass naturally, Shockwave therapy uses sound waves to break up kidney stones while they're in your kidneys, while ureteroscopy utilizes a small scope to break up kidney stones physically.

#Kidneystones #urology #kidneyhealth

At South Jersey Urology Consultants in Vineland, New Jersey, Dr. Christopher Lee can treat your kidney stones and provide a dietary game plan to ensure they don’t come back. To learn more, call to schedule your consultation or book online.
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What Are the Different Types of Vasectomy?
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If you are interested in a vasectomy, there are generally two types to choose from scalpel vasectomy and no-scalpel vasectomy. Both are effective, and each procedure speaks for itself. In a scalpel vasectomy, you are given local anesthesia in your scrotum, and your doctor will use a scalpel to make one or two tiny incisions to reveal your vas deferens. The vas deferens are then cut, tied up, and your incision is stitched. In a no-scalpel vasectomy, you are still administered local anesthesia in your scrotum, but instead of making incisions, your vas deference is clamped using tiny forceps.

#vasectomy #menshealth #pregnancyprevention
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10 Ways to Boost Male Fertility and Increase Sperm Count
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Infertility is something that affects 1 in 6 couples in the US. While either or both parties can be infertile, male infertility is usually due to sperm quality and count. Not all impotence is treatable, but there are actions you can try to help improve sperm quality. For example, taking D-aspartic acid (D-AA) supplements may boost testosterone, which may help increase sperm count.

#malefertility #spermcount #menshealth
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It’s World Cancer Day
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World Cancer Day unites people around the world in the fight against cancer, and raises awareness about the global cancer epidemic.

You can lower your risk of cancer by eating healthy, staying fit, and avoiding tobacco. Following recommended screening guidelines can also help detect certain cancers early.

#WorldCancerDay #CancerAwareness #Cancer
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This Month Is American Heart Month
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In the United States, heart disease causes 1 in 4 deaths. This can be prevented by taking the steps to make healthier lifestyle choices, such as improving your diet or maintaining regular physical activities. Make a change and lower your risk of heart disease today!

#AmericanHeartMonth #HeartHealth #VinelandNJ
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