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Stephen W. Leslie, MD

Questions concerning erectile dysfunction, kidney stones and prostate disorders including prostate cancer. I have a special interest in kidney stone disease prevention.

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2017-03-24 Urge to urinate:

Ian    It may be remotely possible for your problem to be caused by an anal fissure, but that would be very odd and unusual. I cannot say what the cause if your problem except that intermittent problems

2017-03-22 ED as a result of trauma:

Bryson    Any type of injury is possible suhave as damage to nerves, blood vessels or even the erection bodies directly.    Giving "suggestions" to your urologist may not be welcomed.    There should no

2017-03-17 feverish/prostatitis:

Joe:    Not everyone with prostate issues has more urinations at night than in the daytime.  It has to do with fluid production by the kidneys and the presence of absence of ADH (anti-diuretic hormone)

2017-03-13 feverish/prostatitis:

Joe    The bubbles could be a colo vesical fistula.  However, this is associated with infections which were not reported so their nature is uncertain. Urinalysis may not give any useful info on the nature

2017-03-11 Can taking Proscar avoid surgery?:

Luo    Proscar can reduce the risk for surgery by about 50% but it does not eliminate it entirely. He has significant symptoms now and at only 58 it is likely he will live long enough to eventually need

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