Urinary Tract Infections: Diagnosis and Treatment

Last year alone, urinary tract infections (UTIs) were the cause for over 1.8 million visits to a doctor’s office. UTIs are a very common problem, affecting about 40 percent of all women and 12 percent of all men at some point during their lifetime. Here is some information regarding the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of

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Overactive Bladder: Symptoms and Treatments

Overactive bladder, or OAB, is a condition that many of us feel uncomfortable talking about. Though you may feel like you are the only one experiencing OAB symptoms, it is actually a very common condition. In fact, 33 million Americans have been diagnosed with this condition, and there are likely many more who remain undiagnosed

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Signs of Bladder Cancer

Under normal circumstances, you probably don’t give bladder function much thought. Urine is produced in the kidneys, then stored in the bladder. When the storage space gets full, then it’s “time to go.” The empty bladder refills, and the process repeats multiple times every day throughout your lifetime. However, though you may not think about

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Alternatives to a Vasectomy

You and your partner have discussed it at length, and decided that your family is complete. No more babies! So, what are your best birth control options? The vasectomy is one of many types of birth control to be considered when you want to be sexually active but don’t want to have children. Here are

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