Urologist in Wilmington, NC
Dr. Will Kirby Specializes In Men’s Health
Dr. Kirby is an expert urologist in Wilmington is committed to his patients in the diagnosis and treatment of urology related conditions. He is dedicated to offering patients a wide range of quality urology services including erectile dysfunction, penile implants, urinary incontinence treatment, BPH treatment, male infertility treatment, vasectomy reversals, and more, in a warm and friendly environment to provide the very best in urologic care.
Our urology clinic in Wilmington provides state-of-the-art diagnoses and treatment of common and rare urology conditions that commonly affect men, our advanced facility and expertise allow us to provide men the highest quality of care in the area.
The Urolfit System treatment is often an in-office procedure that offers quick relief and recovery from BPH. Without the risks of more intrusive surgery, it can end the cycle of pharmaceutical use and the effects that it has on a person. The Urolift System treatment aims to ease symptoms so you can resume your everyday activities and get back to your life.
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In honor of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Urology Associates of Southeastern North Carolina hosted a Zero Prostate Cancer Walk/Run on 9/9. According to the American Cancer Society, about 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime.
There are many medical conditions that have confusing and erroneous online information. One of these is an enlarged prostate or BPH. Let’s separate the truth from the myths. Myth #1: BPH Is The First Step To Cancer Fact: This is an easy one to spot if you take the time to know what the acronym means.
If you are thinking about having a vasectomy, think long and hard. Once you are sure that you do not want any more children, you may decide to have a no-scalpel vasectomy. That would be a good decision, and we can stipulate that fact.
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, can affect a 75-year-old male as well as a man who is 25. People typically expect a senior to have this issue, it is actually much more common than you think. But why? Erectile dysfunction in younger men: a guide.