Treatment for Urologic Conditions in Tallahassee, FL

As a leader in the field of men’s health, Dr. DeLay has helped thousands of men with sexual health conditions, using the latest in medical technology. He has devoted his practice to educating men on men’s health conditions, such as Low-T and ED.

If you experience erectile dysfunction (ED), Dr. DeLay can help. There are many effective treatments available, both nonsurgical and surgical. Patients who need surgery for ED can trust in the expertise of Dr. DeLay, who is one of the leading penile prosthetic surgeons in the country.

Dr. DeLay offers medical and surgical care in the diagnosis and treatment of male urinary conditions including the following services:

Male Sexual and Reproductive Health Treatment

A very common group of conditions that urology covers is reproductive health. This is anything relating to a male’s ability to reproduce. Reproductive health conditions include low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, and also infertility.

For more information about the treatments we provide for a wide range of urologic conditions at our office in Tallahassee, FL, call our office at (833) 437-3352 or schedule your appointment using our secure online form.

Low Testosterone

Almost all men experience a drop in testosterone as they age. However, an extreme loss of testosterone can lead to many side effects such as fatigue, low sex drive, and mood changes.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is nothing to be embarrassed about and is usually easily treated. The first step is to talk to your Dr. DeLay and learn your options.

Male Infertility

About 35% of all infertility issues are caused by the male reproductive system, so it’s not uncommon and definitely not just a woman’s issue. It’s important to get tested if you believe you may be infertile.

Peyronie’s Disease

When scar tissue develops under the skin of the penis due to trauma or minor injury, Peyronie’s Disease may occur. As the scar tissue forms in the penis may become bent or indented during an erection, which can cause increased pain.

Male Incontinence and Urinary Issues Treated by Dr. DeLay

Many people experience urinary incontinence, both men and women. Additionally, we also treat conditions such as Kidney Stones and BPH, which can cause issues with your urinary tract and bladder health.

Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones are formations of acid salts and minerals that can be caused by a number of things. Learn their causes, symptoms and how to treat them before they become a big problem.

Male Urinary Incontinence

Anywhere from 5% to 15% of men over the age of 60 are affected by male urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence in men can be quite embarrassing for some men and prevent them from enjoying a lot of activities that they enjoy.

Hematuria (Blood in Urine)

The medical term “hematuria” is used whenever an individual has blood in their urine. This symptom may present itself visually, or it can also exist in microscopic quantities that may only be identified during laboratory testing.

 

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections, also known as a UTI, is the infection of a part of the urinary system, urethra, or bladder. While more common in women, men can still be infected.

Other Urologic Conditions Treated

Panhandle Men’s Health also treats:

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) is an enlarged prostate gland. The prostate gland surrounds the urethra and assists in reproduction. As men age, the prostate gets larger, in fact most older men have BPH to some degree, and about half of men over 75 experience BPH symptoms.

Bladder Cancer

As with other forms of cancer, bladder cancer is a product of a mutation within the cells that make up the bladder’s tissue. This mutation typically results in the formation of a cancerous tumor, which can be difficult to detect early on since there is no way to view the internal structure of the bladder without imaging tests such as an MRI.

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is a highly treatable cancer which occurs mainly in young men between the ages of 15-35. It can develop in one or both testicles and is rare compared with other types of cancers.The testes, located in the scrotum, produce sex hormones and generate sperm for reproduction. Testicular cancer can be easily detected using a safe and effective testicular ultrasound if symptoms present themselves.

 

 

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