New-Onset Urinary Incontinence Common After HoLEP for BPH

New-Onset Urinary Incontinence Common After HoLEP for BPH

BOSTON — Transient de novo urinary incontinence develops in as many as 1 in 3 benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) patients following treatment with holmium laser enucleation of...

Acupuncture Effective for Stress Incontinence

Acupuncture Effective for Stress Incontinence

(HealthDay News) — Acupuncture received mixed reviews in two new studies — one focusing on stress incontinence and the other on polycystic ovary syndrome-related infertility....

 Urinary Incontinence Common in Women Over 50 Years

Urinary Incontinence Common in Women Over 50 Years

(HealthDay News) -- Nearly half of women older than 50 years report having urinary incontinence, according to the results of the National Poll on Healthy Aging, published on...

 Review: Desmopressin Decreases Nocturia Episodes

Review: Desmopressin Decreases Nocturia Episodes

In men with nocturia, desmopressin treatment may reduce the number of nocturnal voids compared with placebo without increasing major adverse events over the short term. Julia...

Erectile dysfunction is associated with subclinical carotid vascular disease in young men lacking widely-known risk factors

Erectile dysfunction is associated with subclinical carotid vascular disease in young men lacking widely-known risk factors

PMID: 29442076 Erectile dysfunction is associated with subclinical carotid vascular disease in young men lacking widely-known risk factors Find articles by Feng-Juan Yao Ya-Dong...

Post-op radiation plus hormone therapy may boost aggressive prostate cancer outcomes

Post-op radiation plus hormone therapy may boost aggressive prostate cancer outcomes

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In patients with aggressive (Gleason score 9-10) prostate cancer, adjuvant radiation/hormone combination therapy before recurrence may improve...

New Tool May Aid Screening for Low Testosterone

New Tool May Aid Screening for Low Testosterone

Researchers have developed a questionnaire that could be an effective tool in screening men for low testosterone, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Men's...

 Diabetic Neuropathy Raises Risk of Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Urinary Problems

Diabetic Neuropathy Raises Risk of Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Urinary Problems

Men with type 1 diabetes with diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) have an increased occurrence of erectile dysfunction and lower-urinary-tract symptoms, according to a new...

Nonsurgical Peyronie's Treatments Compared

Nonsurgical Peyronie's Treatments Compared

ORLANDO—Results of an animal study suggest that penile traction therapy has a better effect on curvature correction in Peyronie's disease (PD), whereas a vacuum erectile device...

Caffeine May Lower Erectile Dysfunction Prevalence

Caffeine May Lower Erectile Dysfunction Prevalence

ORLANDO—Drinking caffeinated beverages may be associated with a lower likelihood of erectile dysfunction (ED), according to study findings presented at the American Urological...

 Erectile, Ejaculatory Dysfunction More Common in Cardiac Patients

Erectile, Ejaculatory Dysfunction More Common in Cardiac Patients

ORLANDO—Men with cardiac disease are more likely than those in the general population to have impaired sexual function and hypogonadism, according to new findings presented at...

 Novel Peyronie's Disease Treatment Shows Efficacy

Novel Peyronie's Disease Treatment Shows Efficacy

Penile traction therapy (PTT) is an effective treatment for the acute phase of Peyronie's disease (PD), Spanish researchers reported in The Journal of Sexual Medicine...