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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.

Living with Kidney Cysts

Cysts are noncancerous, fluid-filled sacs. They can develop in many different places in your body, and they aren’t always harmful. However, cysts in the kidneys can be dangerous. If you ...

Gerald Breeden, PA-C, Explains the Link Between Osteoporosis and Prostate Cancer

Urologists know that men with prostate cancer are also at a higher risk of osteoporosis. In part, the association is due to age. The risk of both of these conditions increases for men aged 65 years ...

Erectile Dysfunction: One More Reason to Quit Smoking

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is common, and has many potential causes and contributing factors. Some men discover that their ED is due to physical health conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, ...

Introducing the WISH MedSpa

The Women’s Institute for Sexual Health (WISH) opened its newest venture the WISH MedSpa in February 2018. We are proud to offer a variety of MedSpa services including Botox®, Brow and Lash ...

Hear the Clinical Director of WISH Explain Women's Sexual Dysfunction

In discussions of sexual dysfunction, the focus is often on men. However, women complain of sexual health issues more often than men do, though they frequently go untreated. At the Women’s ...

Neurogenic Bladder: Making Sense of a Complex Disorder

Neurogenic bladder occurs when the nerves that control bladder function don’t work properly. Depending on how the nerves are affected, patients with neurogenic bladder may experience overactive ...

Causes and Risk Factors of Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation happens to as many as one in three men at some point in their lives. It occurs when a man ejaculates sooner than he would prefer during intercourse, and in many cases, it happens ...

How Your Brain and Bladder Work Together

If you’ve made an appointment with a urologist to talk about a urinary problem, such as incontinence, it can be helpful to know how your body works. Your urinary system is made up of organs and ...

FAQs and Answers About Urethral Strictures

The urethra’s job is to transport urine from the bladder out of the body. Sometimes, this small tube becomes even more narrow than usual. This condition is called a urethral stricture. Urethral ...

Treating Fecal Incontinence

Millions of Americans suffer from fecal incontinence. This urologic condition can be a humiliating experience for patients when it happens in public places. Remember that it’s a medical ...

Are There Any Possible Complications of BPH?

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also called an enlarged prostate, is one of the most common reasons why men over the age of 50 visit a urology specialist. Most men who develop BPH won’t ...

The Circumcision Decision: Factors for New Parents to Consider

Circumcision is considered by many parents to be a routine procedure for newborn boys, even though it’s usually not medically necessary. For some parents, the choice to circumcise or not is ...

Surgical Birth Control for Men

Male birth control is gradually becoming more commonplace. One option is a vasectomy, which is a surgery that a urology specialist can perform. The results should be considered permanent, although a ...

Don't Fall for These Myths About Kidney Stones

The minerals and salts in a person’s urine can sometimes crystallize and clump together, forming a kidney stone. Urologists sort kidney stones into categories. Most of them are calcium stones. ...

Prostate Biopsies 101

A biopsy is the extraction of a small sample of tissue from within the body. This is done in order to test the tissue in a lab for signs of problems like prostate cancer. A prostate biopsy is ...

Get the Answers to Your Questions About Prostatic Intraepithelial Neoplasia

After you undergo a prostate biopsy, the pathologist will study the tissue in a lab, and develop a report of the findings. One of those findings might possibly be prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia ...

Getting to Know the WISH Team and Services

The Women’s Institute for Sexual Health (WISH) is available at Urology Associates, P.C. in Nashville. Here, highly trained providers take a collaborative, patient-focused approach to diagnosing ...

Detecting Kidney Cancer

You have two kidneys located deep within your lower back, on either side of your spine. Their job is to remove waste products from the bloodstream, which are then expelled as urine. As with other ...

Working with Your Nurse Navigator

When you become a patient at Urology Associates, P.C., you might initially be surprised at the high level of personalized attention you’ll receive. Our urology team goes above and beyond to help ...

How Do Kidney Stones Form?

Kidney stones are a particularly painful urologic condition, although significant medical advancements give patients more treatment options than ever before. You can hear about some of them when you ...

Signs of Reduced Estrogen Levels in Women

It's natural for women to experience a significant decline in estrogen levels later in life. Some women suffer from early estrogen deficiency, well before they’re expected to go through ...

Possible Culprits for Pain During Sex

Sexual health issues are a topic that many women are hesitant to discuss, even with their doctors. Know that sexual dysfunction is quite common among women, and receiving appropriate treatment is a ...

A Stage-by-Stage Look at Testicular Cancer Treatment Options

A testicular cancer diagnosis is devastating. Patients may regain a sense of control over their lives by studying their treatment options with the help of a urologist. Like many other cancers, ...

Cystectomies: What to Know and What to Do

Bladder cancer is one of the less common types of cancer diagnosed in the U.S. It usually affects older adults, and it’s typically diagnosed in its earlier stages. Although cancer treatment is ...

Bone Health Care at Our Men's Health Clinic

The Men’s Health Clinic at Urology Associates, P.C., in Nashville offers a continuum of care to help men live life to the fullest. Watch this video to hear one of our dedicated providers talk ...
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FAQs and Answers About Urethral Strictures

The urethra’s job is to transport urine from the bladder out of the body. Sometimes, this ...

A Woman's Guide to Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

It’s perfectly normal for women and men to experience occasional declines in sexual desire. ...