Bacteria are the most common cause of urinary tract infections. Can they come from sperm?
Testicles are essential organs, which makes any discomfort or pain a matter of concern.
Testicles are essential organs, which makes any discomfort or pain a matter of concern.
Urinary tract infections are a common complication of high blood sugar, but there are solutions.
Urinary tract infections are a common complication of high blood sugar, but there are solutions.
Veteran urologist and author Martha Boone dishes on UTIs, kidney stones and much more.
Burning when you pee? These naturally occurring compounds could be a sign of an infection.
Urologists discuss the diagnosis and treatment of urinary infections and prostate inflammation.
Urologists discuss the diagnosis and treatment of urinary infections and prostate inflammation.
Men can get urinary tract infections—and they may indicate something bigger is wrong.
One is an issue of volume, the other of frequency. Both need to be treated—but differently.
Thinking of waiting out a urinary tract infection? Here are the risk factors to consider first.
A UTI can be a painful barrier to fingers, penises and toys alike.
Changes in urine clarity and color can signal body issues you should know about.
Ovarian cyst? UTI? Experts break down the reasons why it might burn when you urinate.
Irritation, hemorrhoids, discharge and UTIs can be unwanted results from wearing a thong.
An unusual sight in a bodily fluid isn't a fun discovery, but the culprits are easily treated.
Hormonal contraceptives may be impacted by some medications. Here's what you need to know.
Urinary tract infections are more common for postmenopausal women, but there are solutions.
Here's what you need to know about MV140, also known as Uromune.
D-mannose could be worth adding to your regimen to ward off infections.
Doctors need to determine the type of infection before they can prescribe the treatment.
You should be aware of these 8 ingredients before a 'glove' goes on or in your body.
Maintaining your vaginal microbiome is important for your whole body.
Yep, men can get UTIs; not as frequently as women do, but it still helps to know your risk.
Having a bun in the oven brings on a bunch of bodily developments.
When your member is buried, it's still there but no longer visible on the outside.
An infected Skene's gland may be the cause of your bladder discomfort.
Beware of marketing ploys and pay attention to the ingredients before using these risky items.
It's not always a sudden and forceful accident that brings agony to your penis or testicles.
Gynecological pain may feel like the end of your sex life—but it doesn't have to be.
Genital residue is often associated with penises, but vaginal smegma is just as common.
These suggestions may seem obvious, but you need to heed them—get in shape and see your doctor.
What to expect when you're expecting? Possibly—a urinary tract infection.
It's not just annoying. A long-term, persistent issue can have far-reaching effects.
Staying hydrated is important, but fortunately for your bladder, you don't need to go overboard.
STIs and urinary issues cause most cases, so prevent the former and address the latter quickly.
If climaxing is causing more 'ouch' than 'aah,' there could be a treatable source.
Several conditions can cause vaginal burning after sex, but treatments are available.
Urinary tract infections can lead to a life-threatening condition. Here are the warning signs.
You may experience abnormal or frequent urination—but is it a symptom of a full-blown infection?
Prostate inflammation can be more than uncomfortable. Knowing the cause is key to fixing it.
Tylenol has long been recommended for pain relief during pregnancy, but now caution is advised.
One case is worse, but both affect well-being.
Consistency and color may be trying to tell you something.
Syphilis scares from Oklahoma to Australia have folks nervous about a sensation down under.
The two conditions seem unrelated, but evidence suggests they might be intertwined.
We are what we eat—but maybe we are what we pee, as well.
While STIs are a common cause of epididymitis, it can be non-sexually transmitted too.
Touted by radiologists, PAE for benign prostatic hyperplasia is under clinical trial in the U.S.
Blood in your urine or other conditions that may need treatment. Let a urologist make that call.
Extreme cold has been used to help treat cancer for years. Can it help in other ways?
The infection in your urethra could be caused by a bacterium that experts are still studying.
Sometimes your penis is more sensitive, sometimes it's less. Why does it change?
The color and consistency of your semen can clue you in on certain health issues.
The ball is in your court when it comes to finding relief from this kind of genital pain.
Everybody poops, but do you commit these common wiping mistakes when cleaning up?
UTIs are always a nuisance, but if they're happening with regularity, it's time to see a doctor.
Never ignore pain in your penis, because it may indicate a serious underlying problem.
Knowing what causes it can certainly help you avoid it. We're here to help.
It's a fast solution for unwanted smells. Here's how it works and why you should avoid overuse.
Beyond prostate issues, several other conditions may be causing your frequent bathroom trips.
The two conditions can seem similar, so only a doctor can help you tell them apart.
Though it's common and often harmless, an ignored case of BPH can lead to complications.
Here's what you need to know about the physical symptoms that might point to epididymitis.
Urinary tract infections are less likely in men than women, but they happen—here's what to know.
Urinary tract infections are less likely in men than women, but they happen—here's what to know.
Minimally invasive procedures can help you put benign prostatic hyperplasia behind you.
Can changing your diet help you prevent or alleviate a urinary tract infection?
Discharge from your penis can have many causes not tied to sexually transmitted conditions..
Don’t panic—here's when you should consult a doctor about issues with your penis.
Inflammation of the prostate is more than a nuisance. Here are some causes.
Several factors play a role in the frequency of visits to this specialist.
Remedies in conjunction with antibiotics may help you bounce back faster.
Medical experts aren’t sure about a direct link, but transmasculine people should be careful.
A brand-new, easy form of contraception has hit the market, but be sure to read the fine print.
Pain and erectile issues are just two of the reasons to call the doctor—the sooner the better.
What you do after sex can make a world of difference in protecting your health.
Traditions, health reasons and sexual function all contribute to the debate over circumcision.
If you have urination difficulties, identify the root cause so you can receive appropriate care.
Some UTI symptoms may fly under the radar, but missing the clues can have consequences.
Incorporating certain foods into your diet can help keep your vagina healthy.
Many times it's no big deal, but there may be situations where shrinkage is more serious.
Optimal underwear can lead to a healthier vagina in terms of sex life and fertility.
Just because they're common doesn't mean UTIs can't be dangerous. Getting treated is key.
Sexually active? Keep your pH balanced and your vagina healthy with these tips.
UTIs can cause painful symptoms and become dangerous if untreated, but you can stave them off.
Inflammation of the epididymis can be painful and dangerous. Here’s what you need to know.
Don't panic! Blood in your urine can be very bad, or sometimes not so bad.
Diabetes can cause side effects in unexpected ways and places, especially in the bedroom.
Both men and women should remember to pee following sexual intercourse.
A UTI can strike at any time and lead to serious complications. Be prepared with the facts.
It’s uncommon and not widely known, but yes, POIS exists; you can get sick after ejaculation.
Recognize the roadblocks to orgasms and learn the potential solutions to getting off.
Increase vaginal health with fewer products and more nurture.
Save yourself from pain and trouble by identifying possible causes of urinary tract infections.
An enlarged prostate can cause symptoms that range from uncomfortable to serious, if untreated.
An enlarged prostate is common, but it's important to learn more about it.
While most males were circumcised as babies, some adult men are choosing to undergo the snip.
Penis discomfort is not uncommon, but it’s important to identify the problem and seek help.
The decision to get a penile implant is a serious one and calls for some serious research.