Kidney stones have historically afflicted mostly men under the age of 60. That’s no longer the case. It’s now estimated that about 20 percent of men over age 65 form kidney stones. But it’s not just white men who are increasingly at risk. The incidence of kidney stones is also
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Prostatitis refers to one of a number of conditions in which the prostate becomes inflamed. Prostatitis is the most common urinary tract problem in men under the age of 50, but it can affect men of any age. In fact, approximately 25 percent of men experience one form of prostatitis
Some men with prostate cancer do not experience any symptoms of the disease and don’t discover they have it until a screening test returns with a suspicious result, leading to a search for a diagnosis. Other men may experience significant symptoms of prostate cancer, prompting them to seek medical attention.
Whether it’s from a simple cut, a nosebleed, or a serious injury, seeing your own blood is rarely a good sign. After all, unless you’re donating blood, your blood is supposed to remain inside your body, not on the outside. The same holds true if you see blood in your