About 3 percent of women have some level of pelvic organ prolapse, which can cause discomfort when exercising, having sex, or using the bathroom.

An artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) implant is a surgical device that can be implanted to reduce urinary incontinence in men.

As a leader in the field for more than 25 years, Dr. Gousse can help you determine which treatment option for ED is best for your needs. 

Prostate enlargement becomes increasingly common as men age, with about 50% experiencing enlargement by the age of 60 and 90% by age 85.

Stress urinary incontinence can happen to men and women — especially as you get older — and may cause urine to leak from your bladder when you cough, sneeze, or laugh. 

Urethral reconstruction is available for men who experience urethral strictures or stenosis caused by trauma or other damage to the urethra.

If you experience severe bladder dysfunction due to urethral trauma or neurogenic bladder conditions, you may benefit from urinary tract reconstruction. 

An estimated 33 million adults in the United States suffer from overactive bladder, though fewer than half seek medical attention.