1. Dealing with Recurrent UTI’s

    In our last blog, which you can read here,   The painful symptoms of a urinary tract infection are painful and disconcerting when you get them once in a blue moon, but some women get them over and over again. These recurrent UTIs are painful but also can lead to more dangerous chronic kidney infections. In rare occasions, even sepsis can arise from recurrent UTIs UTI’s are considered recurrent …Read More

  2. UTI FAQs

    Urology Specialists in Hialeah sees both men and women and treats UTIs among other urological issues, such as erectile dysfunction. In this blog series, we are going to look at a common medical issue in women. Who Gets UTIs? According to an article on Medscape.com,fifty to sixty percent of all women will develop a urinary tract infection, commonly known as a UTI, at some point in their lives. UTI…Read More

  3. Frequently Asked Questions about Enlarged Prostate 3/3

    In the last few blogs, we’ve reviewed some basics about the enlarged prostate, or BPH. Urology Specialists in Hialeah treat men for enlarged prostates I’m having trouble urinating, that means I have BPH, right? Not necessarily. The urge to urinate can be caused by other things as well, according to the Mayo Clinic. These symptoms can also be caused by urinary tract infection, inflammation of t…Read More

  4. Frequently Asked Questions about Enlarged Prostate 2/3

    In our last blog, we started our series on Enlarged Prostate or BPH. We are going through some of the more frequently asked questions, and answering them briefly. If you’d like to know more or suspect that you have an enlarged prostate that is causing you discomfort, call and make an appointment with one of the experts at Urology Specialists. The first blog in the series can be found here. Is it…Read More

  5. Frequently Asked Questions about Enlarged Prostate 1/3

    Urology Specialists in Hialeah treats both men and women for urological issues, and one of the conditions we see and treat men for with great frequency is an enlarged prostate.The subject of many late night television commercials is a common problem for men.  In this blog series, we’ll answer some of the most common questions we get about enlarged prostates.   Is there a difference between…Read More

  6. Holistic Medicine For E.D.

    Urology Specialists in Hialeah are experts in their field. All our physicians spent many years as university staff, as well as being experienced clinicians. They have spent decades staying abreast of the most modern, state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and treatments. However, this doesn’t mean they jump to using the biggest most expensive treatment. Our clinic is dedicated to practicing holi…Read More

  7. Treatments for E.D. Offered by Urology Specialists

    When you find yourself in the position of admitting what you’ve been experiencing can be called erectile dysfunction you may be tempted to find some miracle cure online and go on your merry way, but this is not always the best approach. As we discussed in our last blog,  serious health conditions can be the underlying cause of erectile dysfunction and it is wiser to seek legitimate medical atte…Read More

  8. Underlying Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

    In this blog series, we are looking at the typical symptoms of erectile dysfunction, what some underlying causes can be and what treatments Urology Specialists offer at our office Hialeah. We know that there are myriad sites that offer up ideas, so we thought we’d sort through them and summarize for you. Underlying Causes of Erectile Dysfunction According to the Mayo Clinic, the causes of erecti…Read More

  9. What is Erectile Dysfunction?

    It happened again, and now you’ve decided to look it up, erectile dysfunction. Not your favorite Google search ever to be certain but it needs to be done. A quick search online and you’ll soon see that everyone has an opinion, and a cure of course. After you learn the basics, and before you pay out for some miracle cure, you should make an appointment with a qualified urologist to see if there…Read More

  10. Overactive Bladder

    In our last blog, which you can read here, we started discussing why women too, have a need to see a urologist. Urology Specialists treat both male and female urology conditions and have the highly trained staff to do so. All our staff members are former university professors with fellowships in sub-specialities. This means, among other things, that their medical knowledge is up to date and that t…Read More