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It is normal for testosterone levels to decrease over time—lower levels are usually found in men who are 40 years old or older. However, as many as 13 million men produce less testosterone than is medically normal. Low testosterone not only leads to decreased sex drive, but it can also cause a drop in bone density, which can lead to fragile bones that are prone to breaking.
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Dr. Joshua A. Perkel joined Urology Specialists of Georgia in 2005.
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For those suffering from incontinence, urgency, pelvic pain, or other pelvic conditions, pelvic floor therapy is a conservative, non-surgical treatment to relieve discomfort and pain. To better understand this type of therapy and whether or not it can offer you relief, read this post and then talk to the doctors at Urology Specialists of Georgia by calling us at 478-745-6576.
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It’s November, which means you officially have permission to grow a mustache. “Movember” is a month-long effort by the Movember Foundation to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health, and physical inactivity.
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Urinary Incontinence, the involuntary leakage of urine, affects more than 18 million adults. Eighty-five percent of those affected by incontinence are female. Incontinence occurs when…
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When you think of Botox you probably think of reducing wrinkles. But Botox is also proven to significantly reduce the symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB).…
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Urology Specialists of Georgia is pleased to announce that Dr. Brian Geary has recently undergone training and is performing the UroLift procedure for our patients affected by BPH. Dr. Geary is finding much success with the procedure and is excited to offer this innovative option to our patients. If you or someone you know is experiencing BPH symptoms, call our office today to schedule an appointment for examination and diagnosis.
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Kidney Stones are extremely painful. Unfortunately, they’re also common—one out of every 10 people will develop a kidney stone. Several factors cause kidney stones, including genetics, the weather, fluid intake, and your diet. While you can’t change your genes or the weather, you can change your diet and lifestyle to lower your risk for kidney stones. Here are a few ways to prevent kidney stones.
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One way to soothe bladder pain is through your diet. Eliminate irritating foods and eat soothing foods. View a list of the right foods for your condition.
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