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How A Varicocele Is Treated To Fix Male Infertility Issues

If you and your wife are trying to conceive and are not successful, you both may want to get evaluated to find out if a doctor can determine what is preventing this from happening. There are many things that can hinder the ability for a couple to get pregnant, and one of these conditions is called a varicocele, and this condition affects men. If this is the diagnosis you receive from your doctor, you should be happy to hear that it can be corrected in most cases. Read More 

4 Tips To Prepare For Your 3D Or 4D Ultrasound

Paying for ultrasound services is a great way to develop a personal connection with your baby. Ultrasound services provide you with a great experience that is significantly different from your experience at the hospital. You can even pay to have a 3D or 4D ultrasound that allows you to see more of the baby than you would through a regular ultrasound. This provides you and your family with everlasting memories of these images. Read More 

Understanding Your Child’s Niemann-Pick Type C: Information You Need

After your child is born and they come home with you from the hospital, the last thing you think about is that they may have been born with a rare genetic neurological disorder that has been undiagnosed. However, if your child has Niemann-Pick disease, type C, this is exactly what may have happened. Get to know more about Niemann-Pick disease (NPD), type C, so that you can handle the diagnosis and provide your child with the care and support that they need. Read More 

Three Times Your Shoulder Pain May Require Surgery

In 2010, there were about 1.2 million people who went to the emergency room due to shoulder problems, according to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For some, shoulder problems would be something simple that time could heal, but for others, they may find themselves preparing for shoulder surgery. It is crucial that you understand when shoulder pain requires medical attention. Loss of mobility and feeling in your shoulder can worsen over time if you don't take care of the issue right away. Read More 

Prostate Cancer Treatment

The prostate is a gland that is located in front of the rectum and below the bladder in men. As men age this gland becomes larger in size. Sometimes the cells in the prostate gland will grow and cancer will occur. The most common type of prostate gland cancer is adenocarcinoma. The signs and symptoms of prostate cancer include blood in the urine or semen, difficulty urinating, pain in several areas of the body, weakness or numbness in the lower extremities and erectile dysfunction. Read More