Andrew Siegel, MD

Urology
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

Urology
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

New Jersey Urology, 255 W. Spring Valley Avenue, Maywood, NJ, USA

Doctorpedia Profile

Andrew Siegel is a urologist passionate about intelligent lifestyle choices as a means of remaining healthy, youthful and fit. He is an enthusiastic wellness advocate who has created numerous educational materials to bridge to bridge the gap that exists between the medical community and the public.

Education

  • MD: Chicago Medical School

  • Urology Training: University of Pennsylvania

  • Fellowship: UCLA

  • BS: Syracuse University

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Urology

  • Urology - Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

Areas of Expertise

  • Voiding Dysfunction

  • Urinary Incontinence

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Male Sexual Dysfunction

  • Prostate Cancer

  • Vasectomy

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Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Risk Factors

Risk factors include an enlarged prostate, strenuous exercise when there’s underlying pathology present such as bladder calculi, bladder stones, bacterial cystitis, underlying kidney diseases, being on anticoagulant medications, blood thinners, recent urinary tract surgery. However,...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Overview

Today I’m going to be talking about hematuria, the medical term for blood in the urine, heme = blood, turia = urine. The most common type of hematuria is that seen only under a microscope...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Symptoms

Visible hematuria causes red urine if the bleeding is fresh. Depending on the extent of bleeding, the urine color may range from a light rosè to a deep burgundy. If the bleeding is old, the...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Misconceptions

Common misconceptions about hematuria, blood in the urine, that I would like to clear up. Misconception: if you have visible blood in the urine and it goes away, it can be ignored. Truth of the...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Diagnosis

The presence of hematuria should be thought of as a red flag. A red flag which mandates careful evaluation to rule out serious and life-threatening underlying causes, although again, there are many benign causes of...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

7 days ago

Blog

Phallic Fallacies

fallacy | ˈfaləsē | noun (plural fallacies) a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument: the notion that the camera never lies is a fallacy. Not all women have a clear understanding of male sexual function. Misconceptions regarding male sexuality abound and...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

14 days ago

Blog

So, You Want to Live to Be 100

(I was compelled to write this after reading NY Times business section article by John F. Walsh, 3/7/21, What You Will Need if You Live to Be 100.) I also would like to live to 100!...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

21 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Treatment

Treatment for hematuria depends on the underlying cause. The treatments include the option of antibiotics for urinary tract infections, extra corporeal shockwave lithotripsy, or other means of treatment for kidney or urethral stones. Transurethral resection...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Urethral Bulking Gels to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence

Bulking agents are special materials injected into the body to plump up tissues. They are commonly used by plastic surgeons to make lips full and supple, and are also used as fillers to improve the appearance of...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

GPS to Help Navigate Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

GPS   GPS commonly refers to Global Positioning System, the satellite-based system that provides geo-positional guidance that helps with directions and navigation. Another GPS–the topic of today’s entry–is Genomic Prostate Score. Both GPSs provide invaluable guidance,...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

The Dirty Dozen: True or False?

1.   Misconception: Urologists treat only men. Reality: Although gynecologists treat only females, urologists care for both genders. Providing healthcare to females is a routine part of urology training and after completion of urology residency one may...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Man Kegels: Pelvic Floor Exercise for Men

KEGEL EXERCISES ARE NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY! Men, too, have these important muscles that are absolutely vital for pelvic health. The proper term for exercising your pelvic floor muscles (PFM) is “pelvic floor muscle training,” although...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Penile “Rehab” (Rehabilitation)

Your cancerous prostate was surgically removed using the state-of-the-art laparoscopic robotic nerve-sparing technique by a highly skilled and experienced urologist. With the cancer concerns gone and the PSA undetectable you breathe a major sigh of...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Sexual Function After Radical Prostatectomy

Your cancerous prostate was surgically removed using the state-of-the-art laparoscopic robotic nerve-sparing technique by a highly skilled and experienced urologist. With the cancer concerns gone and the PSA undetectable you breathe a major sigh of relief. Now...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

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Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Andrew Siegel – Video Business Card

“Hi there. Andrew Siegel, urologist from Bergen County, New Jersey. From the earliest days of my childhood. I’ve always wanted to be a physician. I recall being in my backyard and finding a worm that...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Quantity or Quality of Life?

THE CONUNDRUM   Prostate cancer reflects a broad range of biology and clinical risk and its management needs to be tailored to balance the risk of disease progression with the risks of the side effects...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer can be described through an analogy using birds, rabbits and turtles in a barnyard, the animals representing prostate cancers with different degrees of aggressiveness and the barnyard representing the prostate. The birds can...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Pelvic Floor Exercises For Prostate Health

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Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

Article

Simple At-Home Test to Evaluate Urinary Frequency

Frequent urination—daytime, nighttime, or both—is an annoying symptom and a common reason for seeing a urologist. The bladder diary, a.k.a. voiding diary, a.k.a. 24-hour frequency/volume chart, is an extremely useful yet underutilized resource to help...

Read Article
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Risk Factors

Risk factors include an enlarged prostate, strenuous exercise when there’s underlying pathology present such as bladder calculi, bladder stones, bacterial cystitis, underlying kidney diseases, being on anticoagulant medications, blood thinners, recent urinary tract surgery. However,...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Overview

Today I’m going to be talking about hematuria, the medical term for blood in the urine, heme = blood, turia = urine. The most common type of hematuria is that seen only under a microscope...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Symptoms

Visible hematuria causes red urine if the bleeding is fresh. Depending on the extent of bleeding, the urine color may range from a light rosè to a deep burgundy. If the bleeding is old, the...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Misconceptions

Common misconceptions about hematuria, blood in the urine, that I would like to clear up. Misconception: if you have visible blood in the urine and it goes away, it can be ignored. Truth of the...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Diagnosis

The presence of hematuria should be thought of as a red flag. A red flag which mandates careful evaluation to rule out serious and life-threatening underlying causes, although again, there are many benign causes of...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

21 days ago

Videos

Hematuria – Treatment

Treatment for hematuria depends on the underlying cause. The treatments include the option of antibiotics for urinary tract infections, extra corporeal shockwave lithotripsy, or other means of treatment for kidney or urethral stones. Transurethral resection...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Andrew Siegel – Video Business Card

“Hi there. Andrew Siegel, urologist from Bergen County, New Jersey. From the earliest days of my childhood. I’ve always wanted to be a physician. I recall being in my backyard and finding a worm that...

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Pelvic Floor Exercises For Prostate Health

Watch and Share
Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

Videos

Kegels For A Fit Vagina

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Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

Article

Simple At-Home Test to Evaluate Urinary Frequency

Frequent urination—daytime, nighttime, or both—is an annoying symptom and a common reason for seeing a urologist. The bladder diary, a.k.a. voiding diary, a.k.a. 24-hour frequency/volume chart, is an extremely useful yet underutilized resource to help...

Read Article
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Andrew Siegel, MD

7 days ago

Blog

Phallic Fallacies

fallacy | ˈfaləsē | noun (plural fallacies) a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument: the notion that the camera never lies is a fallacy. Not all women have a clear understanding of male sexual function. Misconceptions regarding male sexuality abound and...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

14 days ago

Blog

So, You Want to Live to Be 100

(I was compelled to write this after reading NY Times business section article by John F. Walsh, 3/7/21, What You Will Need if You Live to Be 100.) I also would like to live to 100!...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Urethral Bulking Gels to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence

Bulking agents are special materials injected into the body to plump up tissues. They are commonly used by plastic surgeons to make lips full and supple, and are also used as fillers to improve the appearance of...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

GPS to Help Navigate Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

GPS   GPS commonly refers to Global Positioning System, the satellite-based system that provides geo-positional guidance that helps with directions and navigation. Another GPS–the topic of today’s entry–is Genomic Prostate Score. Both GPSs provide invaluable guidance,...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

The Dirty Dozen: True or False?

1.   Misconception: Urologists treat only men. Reality: Although gynecologists treat only females, urologists care for both genders. Providing healthcare to females is a routine part of urology training and after completion of urology residency one may...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Man Kegels: Pelvic Floor Exercise for Men

KEGEL EXERCISES ARE NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY! Men, too, have these important muscles that are absolutely vital for pelvic health. The proper term for exercising your pelvic floor muscles (PFM) is “pelvic floor muscle training,” although...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Penile “Rehab” (Rehabilitation)

Your cancerous prostate was surgically removed using the state-of-the-art laparoscopic robotic nerve-sparing technique by a highly skilled and experienced urologist. With the cancer concerns gone and the PSA undetectable you breathe a major sigh of...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Sexual Function After Radical Prostatectomy

Your cancerous prostate was surgically removed using the state-of-the-art laparoscopic robotic nerve-sparing technique by a highly skilled and experienced urologist. With the cancer concerns gone and the PSA undetectable you breathe a major sigh of relief. Now...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Quantity or Quality of Life?

THE CONUNDRUM   Prostate cancer reflects a broad range of biology and clinical risk and its management needs to be tailored to balance the risk of disease progression with the risks of the side effects...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer can be described through an analogy using birds, rabbits and turtles in a barnyard, the animals representing prostate cancers with different degrees of aggressiveness and the barnyard representing the prostate. The birds can...

Read Blog
Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

Blog

Ladies: Do Your Kegels, but Please Do Them Properly!

Since early adulthood, I have been enthusiastic about the vitality of healthy living (“Our greatest wealth is health”) as well as how numerous disease processes can be prevented by this practice. Having first developed a...

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