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Oct 29, 2011 - 0 comments
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Vasectomy NY, a Vasectomy Clinic by Harry Fisch MD specializes exclusively in non-invasive, no scalpel no needle Vasectomy.

While each person needs to make their own difficult decisions on whether or not to pursue a vasectomy, once that decision is made, it should be an easy decision to choose Dr. Fisch. I came across Dr. Fisch through my own research and subsequent discovery of his website. After reviewing his approach and helpful presentation of the procedure, I decided he was someone to meet in person. When I did, I was even more impressed.

Vasectomy is a simple operation that makes a man sterile, or unable to father a child. The procedure blocks or cuts the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles. After vasectomy, sperm cannot be mixed with semen, which is the fluid a man ejaculates during orgasm. Semen is not made in the testicles, and vasectomy doesn’t affect the semen or how it is ejaculated. It’s just that after vasectomy, a man’s semen contains no sperm, so he cannot make a woman pregnant.

Many men have an enlarged prostate and don’t know it, but sometimes the swelling causes problems. Because the prostate wraps around the urethra, as it grows, it can close like a fist, squeezing the urethra. This typically causes the bladder to fill up too much, while at the same time making it harder to empty the bladder fully. The most common consequence is frequent waking during the night to pee.

had an overall rate of prostate cancer 25% less than the guys on placebo.
More and more guys are getting the message about getting checked out for prostate cancer. That’s a good thing, since prostate cancer is the leading cancer killer of men, with about 27,000 guys dying every year from this disease. But what most guys don’t know is that recent medical research has clearly demonstrated that you can reduce your risk for getting prostate cancer – maybe even prevent it altogether. The evidence is still coming in, but it’s exciting and I want to devote this blog to summarizing it. There are 3 leading contenders for preventing prostate cancer; 2 are prescription medications and 1 is a natural product.

Cancer-fighting chemicals, such as anti-oxidants, are found in many foods. One food rich in these kinds of chemicals is pomegranate juice. A recent study by UCLA researcher Allan Pantuck, MD, and colleagues found that drinking only 8 ounces of pomegranate juice a day had a significant effect on levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which is widely used as a gauge of prostate health. High PSA levels are a red flag for prostate cancer.


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