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Overactive Bladder

Overactive bladder diagnosis and treatment are very necessary to continue your life without depression and stress. Overactive Bladder Diagnosis  We can have the same symptoms of OAB in : -Urinary tract infection. -BPH. -Bladder cancer. -Interstitial cystitis, prostatitis. When you have these symptoms you should visit your urologist who will: -Ask about your symptoms and…

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Learn about Overactive Bladder

Overactive Bladder What is an overactive bladder? Overactive bladder, also called OAB, describes a combination of symptoms that can include: -An uncontrolled frequent and sudden urge to urinate. -Pass to urinate many times during the day and night. -Urgency incontinence. These symptoms can disrupt your life, even if you are able to get to the…

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About Urinary Tract Infections In Women

Urinary tract infections in women Urinary tract infections in women are very frequent(over 50 percent of women develop a UTI) and may have a recurrence. Causes The essential cause is the bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli), found in the digestive system. Chlamydia and mycoplasma bacteria can cause infection in the urethra, but not in the bladder. When the infection…

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Urinary Tract Infections In Women

How to diagnose urinary tract infections in women? The urologist will ask about the symptoms and the sexual activity of the patient; a urine analysis and urine culture will be required to prove the infection and determine the nature of the bacteria. In case of recurrent UTIs, a doctor may request : Diagnostic imaging: to…

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Urinary Tract Infections In Men

Diagnosis of  urinary tract infections in men Your doctor will ask the patient about the symptoms and the sexual activity; and before thinking about BPH and get an ultrasound image of the prostate, urine tests are required to confirm that the patient is developing a urinary tract infection. How to treat a UTI in men?…

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About Urinary Tract Infections In Men

Urinary Tract infections in Men What is a urinary tract infection? A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that happens when bacteria enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract. There are 2 types of UTI: -Upper tract: in the ureters or kidneys. -Lower tract: in the bladder, urethra, or prostate in men. Most…

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BCG for Bladder Cancer

BCG for Bladder Cancer Bladder cancer can come back; for this reason, the patient needs follow-up tests for years after finishing the treatment. BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guérinthat used since 1920 to attenuated the action of the tubercle bacilli that causes tuberculosis) is the best maintenance therapy for bladder cancer. The action of BCG The action of…

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How to diagnosis and treat Bladder Cancer?

How is Bladder Cancer diagnosed? There are several ways to diagnose bladder cancer: – Cystoscopy: A cystoscope is inserted under local or general anesthesia into your bladder from the urethra to view the inside of the bladder, then a biopsy is taken and examined in the laboratory. – Urine cytology: A sample of your urine…

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Facts About Bladder Cancer in Middle East

Bladder Cancer What is the Bladder? The bladder is a  hollow organ in the lower abdomen that stores urine until it is discharged out of the body through the urethra, and which is located in your lower abdomen.  Bladder cancer location: Bladder cancer begins in the cells of the bladder lining, especially in the urothelial cells….

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Important Facts about Kidney Stones

Kidney stones Kidney stones are a hard solid mass of minerals and salts that form inside your kidneys. Kidney stones form when minerals or acid salts in your urine form crystals and can appear in any part of your urinary tract. You can have kidney stones for years without knowing they’re there. As long as…

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