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Fighting Prostate Cancer with Faith, Family, and the Latest Science.Prostate Cancer Patients to be Celebrated at Tulsa’s Inaugural Zero Prostate Cancer Run/Walk

Fighting Prostate Cancer

Urine Color

Urine Color - What you need to know?

As a general rule of thumb, it is usually a good sign for your health when the color of your urine is a pale shade of yellow. If you have urine that resembles another color you should be aware that is not normal.

Urine Color Fact Sheet (PDF download)

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Q&A With Sean Doyle, MD of Urologic Specialists

Q and A with Dr. Doyle

Sports Safety


Sports improve social and physical well-being, but injuries happen every day. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates more than 2.6 million children under the age of 19 are treated in emergency rooms each year for sports and recreation-related injuries.

Urologic Sports Safety

James L'Esperance

Urologic Specialists Proudly Welcomes James L’Esperance, MD

Urologic Specialists is pleased to welcome Dr. L’Esperance to their group of 21 urologists serving patients in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri.

Meet Dr. James L’Esperance


Physical Therapy for Female Incontinence

If your physician sends you to physical therapy for urinary incontinence, you may be surprised.

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Men's Health

Changing the Face of Men's Health

It’s Movember! A chance to put down the razor and raise awareness for men’s health issues.

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Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer – A Survivor’s Story

Sam Jones is host of the 30-minute public affairs show, Green Country Perspectives on RSU-TV. He’s also a prostate cancer survivor.

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Overactive Bladder

When you've got to go... All the time. Treating Women with Overactive Bladder

Is the need for bathroom breaks starting to take over your life? Are there situations when you can’t make it to the bathroom in time? If so, you may have overactive bladder (OAB).

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Urinary Tract

What are they?

The urinary tract, or urinary system, includes the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The kidneys filter the blood. They remove waste and excess water and minerals. These materials are carried out of the body as urine. If an imbalance of minerals in the urine occurs, kidney stones can result.

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