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Jay Motola

Jay Motola, Health Pro


What to Expect at an Urologist Visit

You have just been told by your primary care doctor that you need to see an urologist. Or perhaps you are experiencing symptoms that you think are related to your urinary tract and you decide to make an appointment on your own. You may have some trepidation going in of what to expect during your visit.   Prior to your visit, it may be helpful... Read moreChevron
posted 03/17/2014, comments (0)|
Robertb EZ

Robertb EZ, Health Guide

In four months I have gone from healthy as can be to real problems. BUT... I am filled with optimism and believe there is a lot of knowledge to share.

Cabozantinib: A Miracle Drug in the Works?

For those with prostate cancer that has metastasized (spread) to the bone (like me)... we are praying that Hormone Therapy will prolong our lives two to six years or more. It is thought that this therapy can effectively stop the cancer from getting worse and maybe even have it regress a bit. This, of course, is IF your cancer will work with the... Read moreChevron
Jennifer G

Jennifer G, Health Guide


Prostate Issues: 10 Things to Do Next

You've established that you have a prostate issue, but what else can you do for your overall health?  The initial doctors' visits, testing, diagnosis, and possible treatments are now in motion or complete, but here are some ideas to consider:   Following Up With Doctors   Now is a good time to consider following up with your... Read moreChevron
Donald Feeney, MD

Donald Feeney, MD, Health Guide


Everything You Wanted to Know about Prostatitis...

Prostatitis often occurs in young to middle-aged men, and is one of the most common causes of symptoms like burning during urination and pain in the bladder / genital area.  To learn more about acute prostatitis and chronic prostatitis, check out our new section here: Prostatitis Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
posted 01/08/2009, comments (0)|
Marc Greenstein

Marc Greenstein, Health Guide

Urology Expert

Treating Elevated PSA with Antibiotics

A common reason to see the urologist is for an elevated PSA, or prostate specific antigen. A man's PSA can rise for a number of reasons. Inflammation or infection of the prostate, prostatic enlargement and, of course, cancer of the prostate are the most common causes of an elevated PSA.   A recent study from Palermo Italy reviewed the... Read moreChevron

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