What Does a Urologist Treat? Chances are, you’ve heard of a urologist before — but do you know what a urologist treats? A urologist is a physician who specializes in diseases of the urinary tract for both men and women, as well as the male reproductive system. The urinary tract is responsible for creating, storing,
When To Be Concerned About The Color Of Your Urine Many people don’t give their urine a second thought unless the color or smell is unusual. But those can usually be dismissed, too. After all, maybe you ate something different or didn’t drink enough water that day. When urine is pink, red or brown—that’s when
Will 2019 Be The Year You Reconnect With Your Doctor? Here we are just a few weeks into 2019 and we have to ask, how are those New Year's resolutions going? This new year, 71% of Americans are looking to improve their diet, 65% hope to increase the time they spend exercising, 54% want to
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night just to use the bathroom? Or had the sensation to urinate but difficulty producing urine? You’re not alone. Urinary problems are never fun, especially since its part of such an integral part of our day-to-day. Millions of men and women around the world unknowingly
What Does Your Urine Say About You? A urinalysis paints your doctor a picture of who you are and what might be going on inside your body. Are you healthy? Will you be a safe candidate for surgery? Could you bepregnant? Do you have an infection? Do you use drugs? What your urine says about
Visiting a urologist can make some people a little anxious, but urologists are doctors just like any other doctor—they’re there to help you overcome your health problems, ensure you’re healthy and live your best life. That being said, it’s best to be prepared when visiting your urologist, whether you’re going in for a regular checkup or
It’s National Nurses Week, which means it’s time to celebrate nurses and the critical role they play in our healthcare system. This year’s theme is “Ethical Practice. Quality Care.” which emphasizes the role that ethics plays in nursing as well as the commitment nurses make to ethics in their jobs. Let’s take a look at
Experiencing any of these signs? You should visit a urologist. If you experience any of the following symptoms, you need to visit a urologist. The urologist can determine the level of severity and provide treatment options. Blood in your urine Even if you experience blood in your urine off and on, it signals something bad.