How to treat urinary tract infection and bladder problems

How to treat urinary tract infection and bladder problems?

A bladder infection is a bacterial infection of the bladder. It is also sometimes known as a urinary tract infection         ( UTI ) because the urinary tract includes the bladder, urethra, ureters, and kidneys The term “uncomplicated” is used to describe infections that occur in healthy women as opposed to “complicated” bladder […]

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Men’s health: Common causes for testicle pain and how to treat it

Chronic orchialgia is associated with men having chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) or chronic prostatitis. Nerve or muscle pulls in the groin area and pelvic spasms have long been suspected to be the causes, but doctors have not been able to confirm. Idiopathic chronic orchialgia refers to the similar condition except its cause is more […]

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6 easy ways to keep urinary tract infection at bay

A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that affects part of the urinary tract. Most UTIs are ascending infections of bacteria that colonise the vaginal wall and eventually, the urethra. From the urethra, the bacteria can travel upwards and infect the bladder (lower tract infection) or continue from the bladder up the ureters and […]

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More awareness on prostrate health needed among people

As men get older, their body changes in ways one can’t always control. For most men, one of those changes comes with the growing prostate. Aging men tend to have larger prostates than younger men. When the country is celebrating prostate cancer awareness month this September, it is important to know more about it Prostatitis […]

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Both behavioural treatments and drugs can equally treat urinary incontinence

Here’s how diabetic patients can prevent UTI infections

Women are 10 times more likely to get a UTI than men because of their anatomy. Signs and symptoms of urinary tract infection include – pain or burning when you urinate, strong-smelling urine, itching. There are other several causes to urinary tract infections improper hygiene can be the leading cause of urinary tract infections. Another […]

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8 symptoms of urinary tract infections in women

The second most common type of infection, an UTI can cause considerable anxiety and morbidity amongst women. Just treating the infection is not enough; Prophylaxis or preventive action should be advocated. Incidence of infection in females increases directly with sexual activity and child-bearing. 25-30% of women between the age group of 20-40 years will get […]

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Eating poultry might raise your risk of having urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are often regarded as a common and minor problem, but UTIs involving the kidneys or blood can be life-threatening. The majority of UTIs are caused by E. coli, but only a few E. coli strains cause the more serious infections. Researchers already knew that people can pass E. coli to one […]

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Both behavioural treatments and drugs can equally treat urinary incontinence

Know about urinary tract infection, its causes, symptoms and remedies

Urinary tract infection, also referred to as UTI, is caused due to the microbes such as bacteria infecting the urinary tract. The majority of the urinary tract infections are caused by the E-coli bacteria, which is usually found in the digestive system of a human body. Sometimes women face recurrent UTI’s as well. People of […]

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World Kidney Day: ‘Kidney disease has become the 8th leading cause of death in women’

5 lakh women suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) worldwide and 600000 women die every year of CKD. Kidney disease has become the 8th leading cause of death in women. Although, women are somewhat more prone to develop CKD (14% prevalence in woman compared to 12% in men.) Woman with chronic kidney disease will have […]

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Night time frequent urination cases are on a rise, say doctors

Night time frequent urination cases are on a rise, say doctors

It’s important to talk to your doctor because frequent urination can be more than just a nuisance, it can also be a sign of an underlying medical condition. “Many patients come to me complaining about night time frequent urination. “There are many factors – low bladder capacity, urinary infection, lot of water consumption  in the night, sleep disorder […]

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