Early studies have shown that approximately 30% of COVID-19 patients will continue to experience symptoms after they have recovered. Urologic surgeon Jim Hotaling, MD, is helping educate patients and the community on whether a correlation exists between COVID and erectile dysfunction.
Sometime in your 40s or 50s, you might notice that you wake up a lot more at night to go to the bathroom. It’s something that happens to men when their prostate enlarges. And it's not a problem that goes away on its own.
Black men in the United States have higher rates of prostate cancer than white men, yet they were far less likely to have surgery for their cancer during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study finds.