Urology Associates
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With 35 urologists, Urology Associates is the leader of urological care in Tennessee. We provide comprehensive and compassionate urological care to men and women.

Reducing Your Risk of Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are comprised of hardened deposits of minerals and acid salts. Although the symptoms of kidney stones can vary in intensity, many women have said the pain is worse than childbirth. Not ...

A Patient's Guide to Epididymitis

The epididymis is a small, coiled tube located at the rear of the testicle. It’s responsible for storing and transporting sperm. When this tube becomes inflamed, the condition is called ...

A Look at Life After Bladder Cancer

Surviving any type of cancer is cause for celebration. But if you’ve survived bladder cancer, you should know that you’re at a high risk for recurrent bladder cancer. Your cancer care team ...

Get the Answers to Your Questions About Vasectomy Reversal

It’s not uncommon for men who have undergone a vasectomy in the past to decide that they would like to reverse the procedure. In many cases, with the help of a trained urologist, reversals can ...

The Unique Approach to Women's Care at WISH

The Women’s Institute for Sexual Health, WISH, a division of Urology Associates, P.C., is committed to dispelling myths about women and sexual health and helping women of all ages reclaim their ...

Your Treatment Options for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse can be a painful problem that can lead to incontinence and sexual dysfunction for the women who suffer from it. When pelvic organ prolapse occurs, structures within the pelvic ...

Get the Facts About Erectile Dysfunction

If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) then you should know that you’re not alone and that help is available. By visiting a urologist, you can find a solution to ED that works for ...

Signs of a Kidney Infection

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can sometimes affect one or both kidneys, particularly if these infections are not met with early treatment. If the kidneys do become involved, then prompt UTI ...

Understanding the Risks and Symptoms of Penile Cancer

Cancerous cells are abnormal cells that grow in an uncontrolled manner. Eventually, the mass of abnormal cells can form a tumor. Cancerous cells can also spread well beyond their point of origin, ...

Opening Up About OAB [INFOGRAPHIC]

Overactive bladder, or OAB, is an extremely common condition that affects millions of men and women in America. OAB is marked by urgency, urge incontinence, an increase in the frequency of urination, ...

The Link Between PSA Levels and Prostate Cancer

In men, the prostate gland produces a protein called prostate-specific antigen (PSA). A PSA test measures the level of this protein in a man’s bloodstream. This is clinically significant because ...

What Causes Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common urologic condition in which one of the pelvic organs moves out of position. For example, the bladder may drop lower and push against the vaginal walls. POP can ...

What Does It Mean to Have an Elevated PSA?

Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein that is made by the prostate and present in your blood. Your primary care physician or urologist may perform a PSA test as a routine part of your ...

A Look at Stress Urinary Incontinence

Urologists often diagnose stress urinary incontinence in women. It occurs when small amounts of urine leak at inappropriate times. Incontinence can occur when a person is sneezing, laughing, coughing, ...

Treating Recurrent Vaginal Yeast Infections

Women typically treat vaginal yeast infections with over-the-counter (OTC) products, assuming that there is no need to visit a urologist. However, women who develop recurrent yeast infections would be ...

Get the Facts About Chronic Testicular Pain

Thousands of men visit a urologist because of testicular pain. In some cases, the pain is caused by a debilitating condition called chronic testicular pain, or CTP. CTP ranges from mild to severe and ...

Advice for Discussing Sexual Health Issues with Your Partner

If you or your partner is experiencing sexual health issues, such as erectile dysfunction or low libido, communication is an essential part of overcoming them. It’s not always easy to begin a ...

What Are the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments of Vaginal Atrophy?

Atrophic vaginitis, or vaginal atrophy, is a condition that urologists most often diagnose in women who are already in menopause, but it may also occur at other stages of a woman’s life. Vaginal ...

Answering Common Questions About Hematuria

The presence of blood in one’s urine is known as hematuria. Hematuria isn’t a specific medical condition. Rather, it’s a sign of an underlying problem. Although hematuria may be ...

What Does It Mean to Have an Elevated PSA?

Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein that is made by the prostate and present in your blood. Your primary care physician or urologist may perform a PSA test as a routine part of your ...

Get the Facts About Chronic Testicular Pain

Thousands of men visit a urologist because of testicular pain. In some cases, the pain is caused by a debilitating condition called chronic testicular pain, or CTP. CTP ranges from mild to severe and ...

What You Need to Know About Kidney Stones

Most people know kidney stones’ reputation for being painful, but what exactly are they, and how can your urologist treat them? Watch this video to find out. Kidney stones occur when certain ...

Advice for Discussing Sexual Health Issues with Your Partner

If you or your partner is experiencing sexual health issues, such as erectile dysfunction or low libido, communication is an essential part of overcoming them. It’s not always easy to begin a ...

When to See a Urologist About Premature Ejaculation

At least one in three men will experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lives, and when it is an infrequent issue, then it is not typically cause for concern. However, there are ...

Treatment Options for Women with Incontinence

Urinary incontinence can cause an enormous amount of anxiety for women, but if it is happening to you, you should know that you are not alone. Incontinence impacts the lives of millions of women of ...
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Comparing Causes of Pelvic Pain in Men and Women

The pelvic region is the lowest part of the abdomen or trunk. In men and women, chronic pelvic pain ...

Understanding Peyronie's Disease

Peyronie’s disease is a painful condition that can have significant impacts on sexual health ...