A red tinge probably signals a benign issue, but a doctor's visit is worth the peace of mind.
We are what we eat—but maybe we are what we pee, as well.
Blood in your urine or other conditions that may need treatment. Let a urologist make that call.
Several factors play a role in the frequency of visits to this specialist.
Remedies in conjunction with antibiotics may help you bounce back faster.
Pain and erectile issues are just two of the reasons to call the doctor—the sooner the better.
Medications and lifestyle changes can improve quality of life after prostate cancer radiation.
Some UTI symptoms may fly under the radar, but missing the clues can have consequences.
Don't panic! Blood in your urine can be very bad, or sometimes not so bad.
An enlarged prostate can cause symptoms that range from uncomfortable to serious, if untreated.