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dave wrote at 2014-03-16 16:33:55
I disagree, first I'm not dead below the waist and second the only time anyone is down there is sexual, Even if I'm nervous

and have NO sexual thoughts, Touching any part down there could

cause movement I have zero control and have popped one more than once ..Doctors don't like this at all..and neither do I... even if some say it never happens or its normal if it does they DO NOT ..like it. This is why men Avoid the doctor  


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Scott M. Press, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Expertise

I have wide ranging experience in Urology. The only questions I cannot answer are regarding Renal Transplant, and some specialized pediatrics questions. If I do not feel qualified to answer I will say so.

Experience

Over 10 years in private practice in Urology. I have specific experience with Interstim Sacral Nerve Stimulators, Female Stress Incontinence, Greenlight Laser Prostate Procedures, and all minimally invasive urology

Organizations
American Urological Association, American College of Surgeons, SAGES

Publications
Journal of Urology, Urology, Journal of Endourology, presented a poster at recent AUA on Interstim in Anaheim, CA

Education/Credentials
Cornell Medical School Trained at Long Island Jewish Medical Center under Dr Arthur Smith, a pioneer in minimally invasive urology and Dr Gopal Badlani, a world leader in female reconstructive surgery

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