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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Andrew Siegel, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Our Drinking Water is Contaminated

Inheriting “good” genes and living a “healthy” lifestyle are simply not enough to ensure one’s health. Thanks to “civilization,” deforestation, and the destruction, industrialization and pollution of this planet, there are serious and escalating environmental...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

Blog

Bladder Self-Catheterization

Urinary retention (the inability to empty one’s bladder causing an over-distended urinary bladder) can occur in both men and women for a variety of reasons ranging from urethral obstruction to an under-active bladder that cannot...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

2 months ago

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Elective Cesarean Section

I am a urologist–not a gynecologist–and by no means an expert on pregnancy, labor, and delivery. However, I am fellowship trained and board certified in female urology and provide care for women with bothersome pelvic issues...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

3 months ago

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Vagina Dentata

https://www.etsy.com/listing/685179788/vagina-dentata-brooch?ga_search_query=vaginadentata&ref=shop_items_search_7&frs=1 Image above is a handmade vagina dentata brooch by Anna Siivonen, a jewelry artist based in Stockholm, Sweden, who graciously permitted me to use an image of her brooch. I was inspired to approach this...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

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Glucuretic Medications

Pardon the vulgarity, but the slang term “piss-poor” is to the point–both literally and figuratively–of this entry. Fact: Type 2 diabetes is epidemic. Fact: A commonly used, highly effective medication class to help regulate blood...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

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Exercise “Savings Account”

    Building Sweat Equity   Sadly, many people seek and ultimately obtain financial wealth at the expense of their health, not realizing the fact stated so clearly by Ralph Waldo Emerson: “The first wealth is health.”  Without health,...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

4 months ago

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Motrin Magic

Ibuprofen–a.k.a. Advil, Motrin, Nuprin, Medipren, Midol, Rufen– is an understated and remarkable medication, the most commonly used and prescribed drug of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) class. It is a taken-for-granted, go-to medication that is...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

5 months ago

Blog

The Uglier Side of Sex

I have written many entries over the years, covering a variety of urological and general health topics, some trivial and others more consequential. Today’s topic is of particular importance because many people are unaware of...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

5 months ago

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Bubbles and Foam in the Urine

Urology patients not uncommonly bring up the fact that their urine has bubbles or appears foamy. Today’s entry explains these phenomena and distinguishes what is normal from what is pathological. Bubbly Urine Bubbles are globules...

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Andrew Siegel, MD

5 months ago

Blog

France, Great Britain, the USA and Kegels

France recognizes its utility, as does Great Britain. It’s high time that the United States gets on-board and acknowledges its importance. I’m referring to pelvic floor training to prevent and/or help manage the pelvic consequences of...

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