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Advantages of the No Scalpel Vasectomy Oct 27th, 2021

This article was originally published in St. George Health & Wellness Magazine, November/December 2020. Traditionally, vasectomy, which has been the standard for over 100 years, involves making two incisions in the scrotum and dividing each vas deferens tube through those two incisions. A non-scalpel vasectomy, which has become more popular...

Prostate Problems? Oct 27th, 2021

This article was originally published in St. George Health & Welness Magazine, November/December 2018. There is a new minimally-invasive procedure for men who have urinary symptoms due to prostate enlargement. This procedure is done in the urologist's office with local anesthesia, and literally takes only a few minutes to complete....

Vaginal Health: Is it Really THAT Easy? Oct 27th, 2021

From skeptic, to believer. That describes my transition as I have watched the MonaLisa Touch laser change lives over the past 6 months. Read on if you have, or anyone you know, has any of the following symptoms: -Vaginal dryness -Pain with intercourse -Recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI) -Urinary incontinence...

What Women Want to Know: Your Bladder Matters Oct 27th, 2021

Many women, young and old, suffer from bladder problems.  These problems range from the occasional annoying “gotta-go,” to leaks while exercising or sneezing, to debilitating urinary frequency and loss of control.  This article details ways you can do to help your bladder function better without having to go to the...

Preventing Kidney Stones Aug 26th, 2019

Each time I drive somewhere, I take my large water bottle. Often I take two. My wife hates that my bottles are too large for the cupholders in her car. One time my dad asked me if I have diabetes because he noticed how much water I drink. I just...

Vasectomy: The “Snip-snip” Feb 16th, 2018

Vasectomy: The “Snip-snip” By: Gregory Taylor MD A discussion about vasectomy is likely to cause grown men to cringe, cross their legs, and ball up in a fetal position. Many men who enter my office reveal that they are only there because their wife forced them to come. Frequently their...

Is My Bladder Running (Ruining) My Life? Feb 16th, 2018

By Dr. Gregory Taylor Is My Bladder Running (Ruining) My Life?   Part A:  Women's Urinary Incontinence Chances are, at one time or another, you have had this thought. Whether it’s an inconvenient, emergent pit stop on the side of the highway, a little leak as you are running to...