Penis Size More Normal Than Men Think

Penis Size More Normal Than Men Think

March 13, 2015 (Denver, CO): A study published in the British Journal of Urology provides urologists with data to help answer a common question from patients: "Is my penis size normal?"

Urologist regularly field this often hard-to-ask question and answer based on clinical experience. "Patients aren't quite satisfied with the answer that they are normal and feel like their doctor is just trying to make them feel better," explains Dr. Ali Sarram of Advanced Urology in Denver. "In most cases, men are more "normal" than they think and now we have data to back us up."

Advanced Prostate Cancer: Types & Treatments

Advanced Prostate Cancer: Types & Treatments

Author: Damian Sorce, MD, Board-Certified Urologist, Advanced Urology

Not all prostate cancer is the same. Some cancers are more advanced than others. It is estimated that between five and 10 percent of newly diagnosed prostate cancer cases are advanced1. Ideally, we like to find prostate cancer when it is in its earlier stages so that there are more treatment options and better survival rates. However, even for patients whose prostate cancer is diagnosed in advanced stages, there are still several treatment options available.

Prostate Primer for Women

Prostate Primer for Women

We are proud to share that Advanced Urology's Nancy Huff, MD, was interviewed for an article about prostate health. In the annual Boomer Edition of Colorado Health & Wellness, Dr. Huff explains how the male gland works in order to help with identifying any health issues at their earliest stages. Understanding the prostate and related health issues can help women keep the men in their lives healthy.

Dr. Huff explains what the most common prostate-health related issues are (prostatitis, enlarged prostate, and prostate cancer) and says:

Pelvic Prolapse: Secret sufferers have solutions

Pelvic Prolapse: Secret sufferers have solutions

Debra Melani, Health & Wellness Magazine, January 2014

Its name might sound benign, but for many women suffering pelvic prolapse, it's embarrassing, frightening and profoundly life-altering. Worst of all, many of these often baby-boomer-aged women become reclusive, not knowing there's help, HealthONE experts say.

The disorder results when lax pelvic muscles from aging, childbearing, smoking, genetics or excess weight allow the bladder, uterus or rectum to bulge into the vaginal area. It is not often talked about but affects many women, resulting in more than a third of hysterectomies today, says Dr. Stephen Volin, OB/GYN with North Suburban Medical Center.

Watch more Basketball this March

Watch more Basketball this March

Man watching basketball during vasectomy recoveryMarch 2, 2015 | Denver, CO: Each March, Advanced Urology urologists experience an increase in men scheduling vasectomies; the one thing most of these men have in common? They are college basketball fans.

"Vasectomy, a common and extremely safe techniques for permanent male sterilization requires a simple in-office 10-15 minute procedure followed by 1-2 day rest period for recovery," Damian Sorce, MD, explains.

Enlarged Prostate/BPH Treatment May Be Easier Than You Think

Enlarged Prostate/BPH Treatment May Be Easier Than You Think

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Enlarged prostate or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition affecting millions of American men. “An estimated 50 percent of menages 60 and older and 90 percent of men ages 70 and older suffer from this painful, sometimes embarrassing, disease,” Jonathan Seidlin, M.D., explains.

“As common as BPH is, it is surprising that only about 25 percent of men will receive BPH treatment by 80 years of age.” But Advanced Urology of Denver, Colorado, makes treating your enlarged prostate easier than ever with treatments ranging from medication to minimally invasive laser therapy.

Enlarged Prostate/BPH Treatment

“Enlarged Prostate/BPH is highly treatable and many options are available,” Michael Glass, M.D., explains. The main goal of treatment is to shrink the prostate gland and return urine flow to normal.

“Once the team at Advanced Urology has diagnosed BPH,” Dr. Glass says. “We create an individualized treatment plan based on your symptoms and the size of your prostate, your lifestyle and your opinions.”

Dr. Nancy Huff Joins Advanced Urology

Dr. Nancy Huff Joins Advanced Urology

Dr. Nancy A. Huff, Advanced UrologyMarch 2, 2014: DENVER — Nancy A. Huff, MD, a board-certified urologist joined the medical staff at Advanced Urology of Lone Tree/Parker and Aurora.

Dr. Huff earned her medical degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and completed her residency at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a member of the American Urological Association, the American Association of Clinical Urologists, Society of Women in Urology and the American Medical Association.