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Urinary tract infections can be extremely painful. Here’s what you need to know to stop them in their tracks.
New research supports the idea that even small reductions in kidney function may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
For men who have overactive bladder, the goal of a training program is to limit urination to once every two to four hours during the day.
Learn what high potassium, or hyperkalemia, means and how it can affect your body.
It can be embarrassing to tell your doctor you have bladder control problems. The good news is that eight in 10 women who seek treatment find relief.
A new blood test may help predict your risk of developing kidney disease so you can take early steps to prevent kidney damage.
If you’re a woman, chances are you’ve had at least one urinary tract infection (UTI) in your lifetime.
These lifestyle measures can help you take control.
Recovering bladder control following a prostate procedure can be a slow process that may take months. Try these approaches to help manage incontinence.
Do you have chronic pelvic pain and feel the need to urinate urgently and frequently? You might be one of the estimated 5 million Americans with IC/BPS