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A kidney stone is a rock-like material that forms in your kidneys if high levels of certain materials are present in your urine. When these stones pass through the urinary tract, you may feel severe pain. Fortunately, there are other treatments available to eliminate the stones such as stents, ureteroscopy, or lithotripsy.
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If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, you’re not alone! Often, older males are unable to maintain an erection or cannot achieve their full potential. Because of embarrassment, many men do not seek help. However, with help, our urology specialists can help fix the problem.
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There are many different reasons men and women visit a urology specialist. From issues concerning the bladder to erectile dysfunction, urology specialists are the experts you need to transform your difficult situation into a positive experience.
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Do you suffer from an enlarged prostate? Are you seeking relief without the need for major surgery or taking ongoing medication? The UroLift System is…
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Prostate cancer has become very prominent in America recently, affecting millions of men. However, this cancer can be treated successfully and the cancer survivor can continue leading a normal life if medical attention occurs early.
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Urology Specialist Dr. Jason Burnette has been with Urology Specialists of Georgia since August 2013 and enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two sons. He enjoys playing golf and cooking when he is not in the office.
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Millions of men experience low testosterone every year worldwide. Low testosterone is common as men age and is rarely seen in men under the age of 30. Thankfully, there are many treatments available to regain testosterone and continue living a normal, healthy life.
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The “c” word sends a shiver down anyone’s spine. However, what if there are ways to prevent certain types of cancer? While the USGA professionals are experienced and knowledgeable in treating bladder cancer, we encourage taking preventative measures to avoid this potentially deadly disease.
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Incontinence, urgency, and pelvic pain can be traced back to pelvic floor dysfunction. While this is a frustrating part of your life, it doesn’t have to be a permanent part of your life!
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