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Men’s Health

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Men have unique health issues, but they may be hesitant to ask questions or seek treatment. Some conditions, like prostate cancer or erectile dysfunction (ED), only happen to males. Others, like breast cancer and incontinence, are more common in females but also affect males. Get help making decisions and finding answers to everything you ever wanted to know about these conditions. [Create a hyperlink to Men’s Health on your website. DOCHWID=center1027]

Should I Get Tested for Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer is common in men older than 65, but it grows slowly and can take years to cause symptoms. Most men don’t even know they have it until it’s found during a regular medical exam. Trouble urinating can be one sign, but this can also be a symptom of other problems, like an enlarged prostate. Read more to learn about treatment options and to decide whether the blood test is right for you. [Create a hyperlink to Prostate Cancer on your website. DOCHWID=hw78220]

Are Bladder Problems Normal for Older Men?

As they get older, some men find that urinary incontinence—the accidental leaking of urine—starts to happen. It’s common, but it’s not a normal part of aging, so you should talk to your doctor if it happens to you. Depending on the type of incontinence, your doctor will try to figure out what is causing it. Sometimes, lifestyle changes can fix the problem. Try cutting back on caffeine and alcohol, eating more fiber, and maintaining a healthy weight. Keeping a diary of your symptoms may also help. Discover the three types of urinary incontinence. [Create a hyperlink to Urinary Incontinence in Men on your website. DOCHWID=zp1188]

Coping With Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction (ED) can happen to any man at any age. For some people, it only happens occasionally, which is completely normal and may not require treatment. But for others, it can be a long-term problem. Diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, alcohol, and certain medicines are some of the most common causes. ED is treatable in many cases. Learn which lifestyle changes you can make and how a doctor might be able to help. [Create a hyperlink to Erection Problems (Erectile Dysfunction) on your website. DOCHWID= hw112768]

SOCIAL MEDIA TEASERS

  • From prostate cancer to ED, get answers to everything you ever wanted to know about men’s health.
    [Create a shortened URL to Men’s Health on your website. DOCHWID=center1027]
  • Prostate cancer starts silently. Learn whether you should be screened for prostate cancer.
    [Create a shortened URL to Prostate Cancer on your website. DOCHWID=hw78220]
  • Bladder problems are not a normal part of aging for men. Learn how to recognize which type of incontinence you have.
    [Create a shortened URL to Urinary Incontinence in Men on your website. DOCHWID=zp1188]
  • Erectile dysfunction (ED) can happen at any age. Learn which lifestyle changes can help.
    [Create a shortened URL to Erection Problems (Erectile Dysfunction) on your website. DOCHWID=hw112768]

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