Kidney Stones Information
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Kidney Stones

When a stone is in the kidneys, many people are totally unaware of its presence. If shape and size permit, kidney stones sometimes pass without significant discomfort after they break loose. However, even a small stone can wreak havoc as it moves down the urinary tract. More »

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Erectile Dysfunction Information
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Erectile Dysfunction

Occasional failure to achieve an erection can occur for a variety of reasons—drinking too much alcohol, for example, or extreme fatigue—and is not considered unusual. But failure to achieve an erection more than 50 percent of the time usually indicates a problem that requires treatment. More »

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Urinary Incontinence Information
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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence can be a mild bother or socially and emotionally debilitating, with the patient avoiding social gatherings out of fear of the involuntary release of large amounts of urine. It can often be treated with exercises, but medications and surgery can also be options. More »

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