What are the Stages of Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

The 4 Stages of Pelvic Organ Prolapse Prolapse is a common medical condition mainly present in women This diagnosis comes from the sagging or dropping of any organ in the body. Specifically, pelvic organ prolapse is the dropping of any organ on the pelvic floor out and down toward the genital region.  Continue reading to

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#ZEROStrong Together: A Dash for Awareness

Prostatitis vs Prostate Cancer: #ZEROStrong Together Did you know that prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in American men, behind lung cancer? According to statistics, approximately 1 in 41 men will develop prostate cancer during their lifetime; therefore, knowing all of the facts can save a life. It is

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What are the Early Signs of Bladder and Kidney Cancer?

Signs You May Have Bladder or Kidney Cancer Maintaining your urinary tract health is crucial, as multiple organs work alongside each other. The bladder and kidneys work simultaneously to remove waste and water from the blood and body, and make sure your body is only taking in the healthy nutrients. If this system is not

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Tips for Maintaining Urinary Tract Health in the Summer

Ways to Keep Your Bladder Healthy this Summer It’s a known fact that with rising temperatures, comes a higher risk for poor urinary tract health. In fact, nearly 60% of women and 12% of males are susceptible to developing a UTI during the warm summer months.  There are many things that you can do this

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What Causes Dysuria and Hematuria?

Dysuria and Hematuria: Things You Should Know Monitoring and tracking irregularities in the urine, such as dysuria and hematuria, is important when it comes to bladder and urinary tract health. It is vital to seek medical attention immediately if you experience either of these two conditions because they may indicate mild to severe health problems.

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3 Reasons You May Be Getting Frequent UTIs

Understanding Urinary Health: What Causes Recurring UTIs? Infections of the urinary tract, or UTIs, affect approximately three percent of men and 50-60% of women. Due to the length of the urethra, women are more likely than men to experience a UTI during their lifetime. As well as gender, there can be a number of factors

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What Are the Early Signs of a Kidney Stone?

Identifying Early Signs of a Kidney Stone If you’ve been having abdominal pains, one of the possible causes could be the development of kidney stones. It is estimated that 11% of men and 6% of women will experience kidney stones in their lifetime, and the numbers are increasing. This raises the question, what are the

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When Should You Get Checked for Prostate Cancer?

Testing for Prostate Cancer: When’s the Right Time? Beyond skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among men. On average, 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime. The prostate is a vital part of the male reproductive system and is located just below the bladder.

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Tips From a Urologist: How to Manage Urinary Incontinence

How to Manage Living with Urinary Incontinence Sometimes, it can be a nuisance living with urinary incontinence, but there are ways to manage and treat it. Overactive bladders are often mistaken for UI, however, it is imperative to note that the two conditions are distinct. When referring to an overactive bladder, or OAB, it refers

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5 Signs of an Enlarged Prostate

What are the Signs of an Enlarged Prostate? An enlarged prostate, also known as benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) is a more common diagnosis than you may think. In fact, about 50% of men over the age of 75 will experience symptoms of BPH. Though this condition can cause discomfort and be inconvenient at times, it

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