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About drelist

Dr. Elist (James J. Elist, M.D.,F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S.), has been in private practice in Beverly Hills, California since 1982 specializing in Urology. Dr Elist ‘s major interests (sub specialties) include impotency, male sexual dysfunction, infertility and Male Enhancement Procedures(Penile Enlargement and Testicular Enlargement).

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Foamy Urine

Published: January 21, 2016

Foamy Urine The renal and urinary systems perform several vital functions in the body. For example, besides excreting waste products and excess water, this system is also responsible for regulating normal blood pressure and synthesis of certain important hormones and neurotransmitters. The urine is produced by the kidneys and is then drained through the collecting … Continue reading Foamy Urine

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Jan

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Uterine Diseases

Published: January 20, 2016

Uterine Diseases Uterus is the primary reproductive organ in females that bears, nourishes and protects the growing fetus during pregnancy. Any disease process or abnormality in the uterine tissues can directly compromise the female’s capacity to become pregnant or give birth to a healthy baby. The first sign of an ongoing disease process in the … Continue reading Uterine Diseases

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Jan

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Urine Color and its Meaning

Published: January 19, 2016

Urine Color and its Meaning The urine color can be used as a very useful diagnostic as well as screening tool to identify the disorders of urinary system. The normal urine color varies from person to person and within the same individual, depending upon the hydration status and urinary frequency. Ideally, urine is honey-colored (deep amber) in … Continue reading Urine Color and its Meaning

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Micturition Syncope

Published: January 18, 2016

Micturition Syncope Syncope is a condition that is marked by a temporary or transient loss of consciousness. In most cases, the pathophysiology of syncope revolves around compromised flow of blood (or oxygen) to the brain. There are several physiological factors as well that may alter the flow of blood to the cerebral tissues; such as … Continue reading Micturition Syncope

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Jan

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How to Improve Sexual Performance after Prostate Cancer

Published: January 15, 2016

How to Improve Sexual Performance after Prostate Cancer According to ACS (American Cancer Society), approximately 220,800 cases of prostate cancer were diagnosed and reported in the year 2015 (1). The mortality rate due to prostate malignancy was 8% i.e. 27,540 (lower than the deaths caused by breast cancer in 2015). It is estimated that approximately … Continue reading How to Improve Sexual Performance after Prostate Cancer

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Jan

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Ejaculatory Dysfunction Treatment

Published: January 14, 2016

Ejaculatory Dysfunction Treatment Delayed ejaculation (also referred to as ejaculatory dysfunction or impaired ejaculation) is a common condition in males that is marked by a significant delay in ejaculation, despite ample sexual stimulation. In some cases, the male may not be able to ejaculate at all. Some possible causes of delayed ejaculation include certain surgeries … Continue reading Ejaculatory Dysfunction Treatment

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Jan

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Ejaculatory Dysfunction – Symptoms and Diagnosis

Published: January 13, 2016

Ejaculatory Dysfunction – Symptoms and Diagnosis When the sexual climax in men is achieved after extended period of sexual stimulation; the condition is referred to as ejaculatory dysfunction or impaired ejaculation. It is a fairly common condition that may be temporary (transient) or permanent (chronic). Men experiencing delayed ejaculation requires sexual stimulation for 30 minutes … Continue reading Ejaculatory Dysfunction – Symptoms and Diagnosis

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Jan

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Discolored Semen: What Does That Mean?

Published: January 12, 2016

Discolored Semen: What Does That Mean? Semen is an organic fluid that contains spermatozoa, enzymes, and fructose. It is produced in the seminal vesicle and secreted by the gonads. Normally, it appears to be a whitish-gray color that is thick after ejaculation and becomes liquid within 30 minutes. The consistency and color can be affected … Continue reading Discolored Semen: What Does That Mean?

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Jan

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Hydrocele: Diagnosis and Symptoms

Published: January 11, 2016

Hydrocele: Diagnosis and Symptoms What is a Hydrocele? A hydrocele is a collection of watery fluid that builds up in a sac around one or both testicles and causes the scrotum to swell. It can be uncomfortable, but it is usually not painful. It can be unsightly, but a hydrocele is rarely dangerous. Hydroceles occur … Continue reading Hydrocele: Diagnosis and Symptoms

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Jan

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Sex after Cancer, Things you Need to Know

Published: January 8, 2016

Sex after Cancer, Things you Need to Know It is a common misconception that prostate cancer treatment is often associated with transient or permanent sexual dysfunction. The myth is true to some extent, but it is very important to understand that treatment modalities are not always responsible for sexual dysfunction. For example, according to a … Continue reading Sex after Cancer, Things you Need to Know

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