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Jennifer Sobol, D.O.

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Jennifer Sobol is a partner in the Michigan Institute of Urology. She wrote for HealthCentral as a health professional for Incontinence.

Latest by Jennifer Sobol, D.O.

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Stress Incontinence vs. Urge Incontinence: How to Deal

There are multiple types of incontinence, and I have discussed them on my SharePost blog previously. What happens when you have been diagnosed with stress incontinence and have undergone surgery and you are still wet? Stress incontinence is tradition...

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Dating and Intimacy Concerns with Urinary Incontinence

Even though Valentine’s Day has passed, I thought I would address an issue a very dear patient of mine recently raised; how do you date and meet someone new when you have incontinence? She is recently single and ready to hit the dating scene after a ...

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Urologist or Urogynecologist? Here's the Difference.

Patient Question: What is the difference between a urologist and a urogynecologist? Answer: That is a very good question, and I get asked that frequently. The truth is that the basic fields are quite different, but as the fields get more specialized, ...

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Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

These treatments for Erectile Dysfunction have been proven to improve symptoms and benefit men’s sexual health.

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Nutrients for Peak Sexual Performance

These nutrients have been proven to boost men’s libido and sexual potential for peak performance according to scientific studies.

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10 Tips for Men's Sexual Health

Many men are unaware that there are things they can do to maintain or improve their sexual health and prevent problems before they occur. Here are 10 tips.

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Living With

7 Questions About Erectile Dysfunction

Medical researchers estimate that between 18 and 20 million American men experience some type of erectile dysfunction.

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11 Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) has been associated with these main causes and lifestyle factors that are known to affect men’s sexual health.

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Can I Get a New Bladder?

I am routinely asked about the possibility of transplanting a new bladder. It is an interesting thought isn’t it. I mean, if you have a liver or kidneys that do not work right, then you are put on a list and hopefully will eventually receive one of t...

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Symptoms

Don't Ignore Incontinence

Incontinence isn't just a normal part of getting older. It could be a sign of something else, like bladder cancer or a urinary tract infection.