Attention patients: If you or any of your family members are suffering from cold or flu-like symptoms, please call Oxford Urology Associates at (662) 234-1448 before your scheduled appointment. Our patient’s health is our number one priority.
Oxford Urology Associates is extremely proud to announce that Dr. Land Renfroe’s Medtronic InterStim program has been officially designated as an InterStim Center of Excellence (COE). The COE recognizes physicians who demonstrate exemplary use of the InterStim System and a commitment to patient care for those suffering from symptoms associated with Overactive Bladder, Fecal Incontinence and Non-Obstructive Urinary Retention.
The Medtronic COE program is designed to helppatients find experienced physicians who show exemplary care with the InterStim system while also recognizing physicians for their exemplary care.
Dr. Renfroe is the FIRST and ONLY physician in Mississippi to be designated with the Medtronic InterStim COE. We are very proud to provide the highest quality of care for those in the state of Mississippi.
Please call us at (662) 262-1050 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Renfroe if you or a loved one is suffering from urinary and or bowel control problems!
For more information on the Medtronic InterStim COE, please visit Medtronic’s website here.
Having difficulty urinating? Could it be BPH? Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, is the medical term for an enlarged prostate gland. If you are a male over the age of 40 and having uncomfortable changes to your normal urination, this is one of the major symptoms of an enlarged prostate.
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Leaking urine when you laugh is not funny. It is both embarrassing and worrisome. It can lead to isolation for fear of urinating in public. Known as stress incontinence, it is the most common type of incontinence, and it usually affects women more than men. I pee when I laugh: is this normal? Let’s find out.
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Erectile dysfunction is a touchy subject. It used to be taboo in polite conversation. Men did not want to acknowledge its existence and only discussed it with their doctor when they were forced to. Times have changed with TV advertisements for ED being a common occurrence, but many men still find it difficult to discuss ED with their doctors. Maybe understanding the types of erectile dysfunction will make it easier to broach the subject.
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While women are more likely than men to experience urinary incontinence, the condition can be especially troublesome for men. Men seek care from incontinence after living with the problem for about 4.2 years on average. You don’t have to wait years to get some help. Take control by reading this men’s guide to urinary incontinence.
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Benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, simply means an enlarged prostate gland. If you are a male and over the age of 45, you most likely know about this condition, as it affects men as they age and causes a number of symptoms. If you are waking up at night to pee, you may be wondering if it could be due to BPH.
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There are few things as painful as passing a kidney stone. Some people compare it to giving birth. With around 600,000 kidney stone cases in the United States ever year, let’s take a look at 8 signs you may have kidney stones.
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Should I seek erectile dysfunction treatment? If you are thinking about this question, then yes. If you have been asking yourself this question for a while, then absolutely yes—don’t procrastinate any longer. Pick up the phone and make an appointment with Oxford Urology Associates in Oxford, Mississippi. Get the answers you need.
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What’s the difference between BPH and prostate cancer? The most important difference is that BPH, or an enlarged prostate gland, is not cancerous. It doesn’t mean you won’t ever get prostate cancer, but an enlarged prostate is a common condition as men get older. Let’s explain further.
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Pelvic organ prolapse is a scary sounding name. It occurs when the pelvic organs and tissues that support the pelvic organs—uterus, bladder, vagina, small bowel, or rectum—become weak or loose. Let’s review the 7 signs you may have pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
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Stress and mental conditions can at times cause ED, but it is more commonly caused by an underlying medical condition. Treating the medical issue can often correct erectile dysfunction. Let’s learn about 7 medical conditions that cause erectile dysfunction.
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