Latest by Jay Motola, M.D.
Male Urinary Incontinence can often create psychological barriers on top of physical symptoms. Here’s how to spot them and what to do about it.
Did you know that certain medications can cause urinary incontinence as a side effect?
Many men in their late 50s begin to have difficulties related to the urge to urinate frequently, having the need to urinate many times overnight, and possibly not getting to the bathroom in time and experiencing incontinence. Benign prostatic hyperpl...
In early March 2015, a California jury ordered Johnson and Johnson’s Ethicon division to pay $5.7 million in the first trial due to injuries that have been attributable to the TVT Abbrevo mesh product.
Bladder issues don’t just affect women. Men may often experience a sudden urge to go, slower urinary stream or increased urinary frequency. But often, overlapping symptoms cause confusion as to what the problem really is. So how can you tell the diff...
If you’ve suffered from frequent urination, or other bladder control symptoms, you may have incontinence. But treatment is possible, and is just a conversation away.
Most of the controversy about the treatment of prostate cancer focuses on the early diagnosis and treatment of early stage prostate cancer in patients. The question of whether PSA testing and subsequent treatment based on this helps to save lives rem...
Overly-aggressive prostate cancer treatments are often prescribed too late, and often cause urinary incontinence and dysfunction.
Being diagnosed with prostate cancer can be overwhelming, to say the least. Let these 10 doctor-answered FAQ’s guide you.
Here are some easy-to-follow tips for good prostate health, including the best and worst foods.