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What are some common urology problems in men?

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Common male urological problems include enlarged prostates, infertility, testosterone deficiency and erectile dysfunction, according to the University of California Los Angeles. Prostatitis and Peyronie's disease are also common urological problems in men.

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Enlarged prostates affect 50 percent of men over the age of 50, notes the University of California Los Angeles. As of 2015, the most common urological problem in men under the age of 50 is prostatitis, which is responsible for roughly 2 million annual patient visits in the United States. Approximately 10 percent of men experience difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection at some point in their lives.

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