Male Urology in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Taking care of yourself is essential and this includes your urological health.

The board-certified urologists at Urology Specialists are experts in treating male urological conditions.  We invite you to explore the various conditions listed and bring any questions to your appointment.

ED is the medical term for the inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection for sexual function.

Visit these resources for more information:

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options

Incontinence is an involuntary, accidental loss of urine by both men and women.  For more information, visit the Urology Care Foundation.

There are neuromodulation treatment options for incontinence including InterStim Therapy and PTNS.

What Is Male Incontinence?

Around 10-15% of couples experience problems trying to conceive and in around 1/3 of those couples, it is at least partially related to issues with the male’s reproductive system.

Find more information by visiting the Urology Care Foundation.

Male Infertility Treatment

Known as OAB, overactive bladder affects both males and females.  Millions of Americans experience OAB symptoms. The good news is that there are several treatment options to help you manage OAB.

For additional information, please visit the Urology Care Foundation.

Overactive Bladder Treatment

A vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure that interrupts the movement of sperm by blocking the vas deferentia.  The decision to have a vasectomy is extremely personal.  By visiting these resources you will gain information that will help you make this decision and have this conversation with your doctor.
Learn more about Vasectomy Procedure

Vasectomy Fact Sheet – Urology Care Foundation

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COVID-19 Updates from Urology Specialists

At this time, in consideration of our high employee vaccination rate and current community transmission rates, masking is optional in our facility for fully vaccinated individuals. If you are unvaccinated or have any respiratory symptoms, please continue to mask.

Please continue to self-monitor and if you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19, please call our office in advance of your appointment.

If you would like your nursing staff to mask around you during your appointment, please let us know and we would be happy to comply to help you feel more comfortable during your visit.

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