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John Clay McHugh M.D.
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Board certified urologist specializing in all aspects of urology with a particular interest in Microscopic Vasectomy Reversals.
Board certified urologist specializing in all aspects of urology with a particular interest in Microscopic Vasectomy Reversals.

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This is a common question and is most often the result of a bladder infection. Not mentioned in the article as a cause is the change in the ph of the urine by certain foods that will create phosphate crystals. This is a benign situation but often times a…
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Dietary Tips for Boosting Male Fertility By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 03 Mar 2017 Diet can affect a man’s sperm, so if you’re trying to have a baby, make healthy choices when you eat! Fruits and Vegetables: Eat plenty of leafy greens, purple…
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5 ways to have Happy Kidneys!
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Time to Sperm Appearance Can Be Predicted After Vasectomy Reversal Urology – November 30, 2007 – Vol. 23 – No. 08 After vasectomy reversal, motile sperm observed intraoperatively at the testicular vas, undergoing vasovasostomy, and an obstructive interval…
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Vasectomy Not Associated With Prostate Cancer Urology – February 28, 2009 – Vol. 25 – No. 04 There is no association between prostate cancer and age at vasectomy or years since vasectomy. Article Reviewed: Vasectomy and the Risk of Prostate Cancer. Holt…
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Dr. McHugh answers vasectomy questions from patients all over the USA on vasectomy.com. If you click on the link below and then click on Q and A you’ll be directed to all of the questions he’s answered over the years. The site breaks down the categories…
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Some discomfort early on is expected after a vasectomy. Dr. McHugh explains on Vasectomy.com.
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A good article on the subject from Medical News Today
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Blog post from years ago is still relevant today.  Patients often times see clots in the urine and worry, that like clots in the blood stream, may go to the heart and lungs and cause a serious medical problem. Clots in the bladder are a problem only if…
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Men commonly will say that they don’t feel they need to be tested for prostate cancer because they have no voiding symptoms. As seen below, most prostate cancers occur in the posterior aspect of the prostate well away from the urethra. So one will have…
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