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

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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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Memento Mori

  Sorry to start the new year on a downer note, but a fundamental truth is that our time on this planet is limited and in a relatively short amount of time we will all...

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Injaculation

Ejaculation is important to many men and their partners. Issues with ejaculation can be bothersome, distressing, and sometimes even relationship-threatening. It is undesirable to arrive at the moment of ejaculation too quickly, too delayed, or...

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Bladder and the Bowel

Humans require water and food to survive, and the body needs to store and then rid itself of waste products, hence the importance of the urinary bladder and the bowel. The bladder and the bowel...

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When You Have Surgery and Can’t Pee Afterwards

Isn’t it ironic that the acronym for post-op urinary retention – POUR – is exactly what the bladder, sometimes, cannot do following an operation! Basics POUR is the inability to urinate after a surgical procedure...

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“Junk” or “Jewels”

  “Junk” is a commonly used slang term referring to the male genitals. Alternatively, “family jewels” is another slang phrase that refers specifically to the testicles but is also sometimes used to indicate the entire...

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Aquablation

There are numerous methods of treating BPH (benign prostate hypertrophy), a common problem of the aging male that causes annoying lower urinary tract symptoms. These symptoms, among others, may include a hesitant, weak, intermittent, prolonged...

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Don’t Know What You’ve Got

The Thanksgiving holiday is all about gratitude and giving thanks for what we have. I am most grateful for my good health. Many take their health for granted until disease or infirmity strikes, only then...

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Are You One of the 7% of Healthy Americans?

A July 2022 Journal of the American College of Cardiology article entitled “Trends and Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health Among U.S. Adults, 1999-2018” written by Meghan O’Hearn, a doctoral candidate at the Friedman School of Nutrition...

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Why is Nutrition So Disrespected in the Fight Against Chronic Disease?

Healthy eating is one of the key means of promoting robust health, wellness, and longevity. The right diet can help prevent, manage, and even reverse many chronic diseases. On the other hand, the all-too-common Western diet...

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The Cures Act

The 21st Century Cures Act is a federal law that intends to bring health care into the modern era, introducing transparency and easy patient access to medical records. The Act requires that medical testing centers...

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