Wed Jan 24 2018

Category: Urinary

Treating Bladder Problems

Posted in Foods / Drinks, Infections, Medications, Urinary

Bladder problems are often a sign that there's an infection coming on.  But also, the irritability in the bladder could be a sign that the muscles that work in the bladder are being overstressed.  We often find people having what we call retention where there's a pressure and buildup back in the bladder.  That retention [&hellip

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Urinary Tract Infections

Posted in Ache / Pain, Infections, Kidneys, Musculoskeletal, Urinary

Urinary tract infections are relatively easy for most doctors to diagnose because once a person has a UTI, they can essentially tell you the symptoms.  They are classic.  They are fairly consistent with all infections.  There's burning with urination, there's pain, there could be difficulty with urinating, and the sense that you're making less urine [&hellip

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Urinary Incontinence in Women

Posted in Geriatric Health, Urinary, Women's Health

Urinary incontinence plagues many more women than anyone thought, a recent analysis from the Nurses Health Study concludes.’ Michelle Bellantoni, a geriatrics expert at Johns Hopkins, says the onus is on primary care doctors to make sure they ask women patients about the condition

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