Jay Motola, M.D.

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Jay Motola, MD, is a board-certified urologist and attending physician, Department of Urology, Mount Sinai West, and Assistant Professor of Urology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Motola is a summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Boston University, and earned his medical degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Conditions Covered:Incontinence, Men's Health, Prostate Health, Urinary Health

Latest by Jay Motola, M.D.

Advanced Prostate Cancer: The Basics

Here’s what patients with prostate cancer that is not localized to the prostate and has spread further need to know.

Testosterone, Therapy, and Aging

Aging is inevitable. As is the fact that testosterone levels fall with age. Peak testosterone levels are seen in early adolescence and early adulthood. Afterwards, there is a gradual decline in the production of testosterone, although men continue to ...

How To Supplement Testosterone Therapy

There are many pharmaceutical options available for testosterone replacement therapy. But are there any natural therapies that may work in conjuction with these medications? Here are 6 supplemental therapies that may be used in conjuction with medica...

WWE Wrestler Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

On February 1, WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Bret “Hitman” Hart shared with the public that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, and is undergoing a radical prostatectomy in the next several days to treat his prostate cancer. The Hitman had a long ...

Blood In the Urine: What to do

How serious is blood in the urine, and what should you know before seeing a doctor?

A New Minimally Invasive Option for Treating Prostate Enlargement

There are some clear signs that you may have an enlarged prostate. How many are you checking yes to? Frequent urination Weak urinary stream Decrease in the force of the urinary stream Medications Many different options exist for treating enlarged pro...

OAB Treatments for Women in Menopause

A new OAB combination therapy is shown to reduce occurance and may offer long-term results in the future.

Cannabis and Your Bladder

New research shows that cannabis may work to regulate bladder relaxation, and may become useful to those managing OAB.

Testosterone Therapy and Overall Health

_Listen Up Men, The Benefits of Testosterone Therapy May Be More Than You Think _ Testosterone is a hormone that is made by the testicles and the adrenal gland. It is an androgen, and this group of hormones is associated with growth of muscle mass, i...

Obesity and Incontinence

Thw two may not seem all-that related, but let’s take a closer look.