Surgical treatments can help men with incontinence that results from nerve-damaging events, such as spinal cord injury or radical prostatectomy.Learn More
For some men, avoiding incontinence is as simple as limiting fluids at certain times of the day or planning regular trips to the bathroom-a therapy called timed voiding or bladder training.Learn More
In some women, the bladder can move out of its normal position, especially following childbirth. Surgeons have developed different techniques for supporting the bladder back to its normal position.Learn More
Cryosurgery (also called cryotherapy) is the use of extreme cold produced by liquid nitrogen (or argon gas) to destroy abnormal tissue.Learn More
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL)
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is the most frequently used procedure for the treatment of kidney stones.Learn More
Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer
A man with prostate cancer may have hormone therapy before, during, or after radiation therapy. Hormone therapy is also used alone for prostate cancer that has returned after treatment.Learn More
A variety of bulking agents, such as collagen and carbon spheres, are available for injection near the urinary sphincter.Learn More
For urge incontinence not responding to behavioral treatments or drugs, stimulation of nerves to the bladder leaving the spine can be effective in some patients.Learn More
Medical Management for BPH
Over the years, researchers have tried to find a way to shrink or at least stop the growth of the prostate without using surgery.Learn More
Medical Management for Incontinence
If you have an overactive bladder, your doctor may prescribe a medicine to block the nerve signals that cause frequent urination and urgency.Learn More
Medical Management for Kidney Stones
A doctor may prescribe certain medications to help prevent calcium and uric acid stones. These medicines control the amount of acid or alkali in the urine, key factors in crystal formation.Learn More
Malleable implants usually consist of paired rods, which are inserted surgically into the corpora cavernosa.Learn More
Sometimes a procedure called percutaneous nephrolithotomy is recommended to remove a stone.Learn More
A urinary diversion is a way to release urine from the body when you can't urinate because the urinary system is damaged or not working.Learn More
Destroys excess prostate tissue interfering with the exit of urine from the body by using a controlled laser beam inside the prostate.Learn More
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