Greater Boston Urology Blog

November is National Family Caregivers Month

This month, we honor family caregivers—those among us who spend much of their own daily lives caring for loved ones.

Robotic Surgery for Urogynecology

We recently published an article on robotic surgery for urologic cancer. Today, we have a companion piece: robotic surgery for urogynecology.

Meet Our Newest Urogynecologist: Dr. Dima Ezzedine

We're thrilled to welcome our newest urogynecologist, Dr. Dima Ezzedine, to the Greater Boston Urology family. Dr. Ezzedine will be working out of our new...

Testicle Self-Check: What to Look For

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society notes that this type of cancer is not common. One of every 250 males will develop...

Bulkamid for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

If you're a woman who's ever peed a little while doing something as simple as coughing or sneezing, you know how distressing stress urinary incontinence (SUI)...

What Does Blood in the Urine Indicate? Understanding...

Seeing blood in your urine can be distressing, but it's important not to panic. Hematuria, which is the medical name for blood in the urine, can have many...

Men's Health Week: Let's Talk Urologic Care

Men's Health Week is a great time for guys (and those who love them) to reflect on their health needs and to take ACTION!

Urologic Care in the Time of COVID: GBU is Here for You

It's hard to believe that we're approaching the halfway mark for 2020. We don't have to tell you that's it been quite a year already.

MRI-Compatible Sacral Neuromodulation Now Available for...

In the past, certain patients with overactive bladder (OAB) syndrome and fecal incontinence (FI) couldn't receive sacral neuromodulation because of their need...