Kidney stones. What to eat, what not!
People who never had kidney stones will never know the fear and anxiety of having them in their kidneys ever. A word of advice to them: Prevent them from ever forming in your kidneys. Because until they pass through your body’s plumbing mechanism, you are going to feel excruciating pain.
Intermittent Self-Catheterization Guide
Use firm, gentle pressure to insert the lubricated end of the catheter into the urethra. Hold the other end of the catheter over the toilet bowl or container. Slowly slide the catheter until it reaches the bladder and urine starts to flow out of the tube.
Tips to Help You Adjust to Kidney Dialysis
You may have been a fun-loving person all your life and couldn’t have resisted that sip of booze at a party. This may have been your normal life being an out-going, healthy person with an active lifestyle who loved socializing. But now you have met a very unfortunate health issue.
Urethral Stricture Information
Narrowing of Urethra causing obstructed urinary flow. The best Chance for a Cure of Stricture is in the first attempt. All further attempts have a higher failure rate. It is important to know the best option for your Urethral Stricture…
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Varicocele: A Threat to Fertility of Man?
Varicocele is an abnormal & tortuous dilatation of the veins of the pampiniform plexus of the spermatic cord and is most commonly diagnosed by physical exam, (feeling of a bag of worms) or colour duplex Doppler ultrasound (where vein measurement and blood flow patterns are observed).
Hematuria: Blood in Urine
What should I do if I have blood in my urine? If you see blood in your urine, with or without symptoms of cystitis, you should contact your doctor immediately for further advice Your Doctor will normally investigate blood in the urine urgently.
Kidney Stone Myths & Facts
Kidney stones are hard deposits of minerals and acid salts that stick together in concentrated urine. They can be painful when passing through the urinary tract, but usually, don’t cause permanent damage.