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Prostate cancer risk’s reduction by frequent ejaculation

Prostate cancer has been reported as the most common diagnosed in male malignancy worldwide, with more than 1 million newly diagnosed and also 400,000 deaths annually. Luckily that a majority of this cancer was a slowly growing type with limited aggressiveness. Prostate-specific antigen (PSA), still the physician’s primary weapon in screening prostate cancer due toContinue reading “Prostate cancer risk’s reduction by frequent ejaculation”

Gonorrhea infection: Am I infected?

Gonorrhea infection is one of the most complaints in my office. Typically, the most high-risk aspect of patients in this disease will be in young male along with the history of an active sexual intercourse. Patients will experience a purulent (pus) discharge from urethra and painfully urination within 14 days after exposed to infected partner.Continue reading “Gonorrhea infection: Am I infected?”

Microscopic hematuria: Is it threat?

Urine examination is a simple one of the most common in the medical investigations, and it always included in the health checkup package program. Microscopic hematuria is one condition which can possibly be a result from urine examination. Today we will discuss about this issue. Microscopic hematuria is defined for at least 7 days presentingContinue reading “Microscopic hematuria: Is it threat?”

Kidney cyst finding from medical checkup: Do we need to take it seriously?

This topic we will mainly paying attention on the simply benign kidney cyst. Because of the medical checkup has been promoted publicity and currently people they very significantly concern their health so much, consequently, health promotion center in the big hospital will in trend for now. Tons of patients coming for their medical health checkupContinue reading “Kidney cyst finding from medical checkup: Do we need to take it seriously?”

The reasons why Bladder cancer still recur after the completion of resection

There have been many patients at my clinic presented a bloody urination symptom and end up with the diagnosis of a “Bladder cancer”.  After a definite endoscopic surgery, I was always educated and explained patients that we still need to do the regular repetition on the endoscopic checkup for any possibly recurrence bladder tumor happens.Continue reading “The reasons why Bladder cancer still recur after the completion of resection”

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