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Bladder Cancer

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  Bladder cancer is a malignancy that occurs in the urinary bladder — a balloon-shaped organ in the pelvis that stores urine. Bladder cancer begins most often in the cells that line the inside of the bladder. Bladder cancer typically affects older adults, though it can occur at any age. Find out more

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Blood in Urine

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  Hematuria is the medical term for the presence of blood in the urine. Hematuria may be visible to the eye (gross hematuria) or seen only under the microscope (microscopic hematuria). Either way, this signifies an abnormality. Find out more

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Enlarged Prostate

  Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is an enlarged prostate gland. The prostate gland surrounds the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. As the prostate gets bigger, it may squeeze or partially block the urethra. This blockage often causes problems urinating. Find out more

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Erectile Dysfunction

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Kidney Cancer

  Tumors of the kidneys can be benign or malignant. The vast majority are discovered as incidental findings on a CT scan of the abdomen that is performed for reasons other than assessing kidney health. In fact, the overwhelming majority of kidney tumors, both benign and malignant, are found when they are essentially asymptomatic. Find out more

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Urological Clinic of Valdosta, P.C.
3294 N Oak St Ext
Valdosta, GA 31605

Telephone:
(229) 241-1188

Kidney Stones

  Kidney stones (calculi) typically form when your urine becomes too concentrated, causing crystals to separatefrom the urine and build up inside the kidneys. Stones may be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golfball. Find out more

Low Testosterone

  Hypogonadism, or testosterone deficiency, affects two to four million men in the U.S. and the prevalence increases with age. It is estimated that while testosterone deficiency can affect up to 38 percent of the population, only five percent of affected men receive treatment. Find out more

Prostate Cancer

  Prostate cancer is malignancy of the small, walnut-sized gland that produces semen, the fluid that nourishes and transports sperm. Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in men, affecting about one in six men in the United States. Find out more

Prostate Infection

  Prostatitis is an inflammation or infection of the prostate gland. It can affect men of any age. The most common urological problem in men aged 50 and older, prostatitis is not contagious and is not transmitted during sex. Find out more

Testicular Cancer

  Testicular cancer is a fairly rare form of cancer that develops in the testes, the male reproductive organs located in the scrotum, the loose-skinned pouch below the penis. Testicular cancer typically affects men aged 15 to 35. Find out more

Urinary Incontinence

  Bladder control problems range from urinating too frequently to actual urine leakage (urinary incontinence). These problems affect millions of people of all ages and both sexes. There are several types of incontinence and some people experience more than one kind.
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Urinary Tract Infections

Vasectomy

  One of the most common and popular means for contraception around the world is vasectomy – a brief, surgical procedure used for male sterilization. It is a popular means of birth control for couples that have decided that their family is complete. It is nearly 100% effective and is intended to be permanent. Find out more

Vasectomy Reversal

  A vasectomy is an operation designed to create a gap in the vas deferens - the tubes that carry sperm from each of the testicles to the site of semen production and storage in the area of the prostate gland. A vasectomy is performed to render a man surgically sterile. A VASECTOMY REVERSAL is an operation that bypasses the surgical defect in the tubes in an effort to restore sperm to the ejaculate, thereby restoring fertility. Find out more

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