prostate cancer: no voiding symptoms don’t mean no cancer

The above illustration is from "The Decision" now the number one book on Kindle for the subject of prostate cancer on amazon.com "But I don't have any voiding symptoms doc." "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing." Podbean podcast prostate diaries.......minute on the subject and this silly and trite objection An interesting question on Podbean

Look what I learned to do about answering prostate cancer questions! A prostate diaries minute in its infancy? Ps….do you have a question for the podcast urologist? I only have a minute.

A podcast in response to a question: Should I have a biopsy for an elevated PSA if I have a bladder infection? Anyway...this podcast is a bit weird. I did it with a free recording software and a microphone that cost 8 dollars from Wal-Mart. So what do you expect? What in the world is …

Sexual function after one is treated for prostate cancer has a lot to do with the level of sexual function “before” the treatment, regardless of the type of treatment chosen.

Prostate cancer doesn’t mean no sex life April 7 2011 at 11:15am By Anna Hodgekiss Comment on this story REUTERS Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber Related Stories Early detection is still the best cure for cancer Early hair loss doubles prostate cancer risk What’s behind my flagging libido? Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber last week revealed he’d …

CNN and Vasectomy March Madness at Northeast Georgia Urological Associates Gainesville, Georgia.

CNN visits Dr. John McHugh's Urology practice for a Health Minute on March Madness and Vasectomies. The scene with the patient pretending that he is hurting actually occured minutes after the vasectomy. Vasectomies are customarily performed on a Friday so that the patient has the weekend to recover prior to returning to work on Monday. …

Question for Lorenzo Squarf and Terry Herbert of Yananow about prostate cancer-Let’s play doctor!

So I am out at the lake where the above picture was taken and I have DSL and a laptop I recently purchased to leave out here and I was assured by the computer guy that it  was fully loaded with Microsoft Word. So I do the blog stuff, walk my dogs to the steps …

the art of “getting away with it”, prostate cancer and Lorenzo Q. Squarf (you couldn’t pay to have a name like that!)

The "art of getting away with it" is a favorite medical saying of mine. If I remove a ureteral stone and don't place a stent and risk extravasation of urine into the patient's retroperitoneum and the patient does just fine....what does that mean? Does it mean that I was brilliant, used seasoned medical judgement, or …

Google search for prostate cancer: Fixing obstructive problems? Good question!

What makes my book special ( I think ) is the attention that only a urologist who has been through the prostate cancer process and treatment could make of the voiding issues. That's what urologists do...we are human plumbers. We understand how men void, the difference between obstructive (slow stream) and irritative (frequency, urgency, getting …

The number one tweet for March 1 in regards to prostate cancer. Superior test!

Superior test for prostate cancer.  That's what she said! Scientists at the University of Surrey identified a protein called EN-2, which is only produced by prostate cancer cells. Studies show a test for the protein detects 60 to 70% of cancers. But the false positive rate - men who are wrongly diagnosed with cancer - …