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Experiencing burning when urinating is commonly called dysuria in the medical community. It is often an indication of inflammation in the lower urinary tract, which is comprised of the urethra and bladder in both sexes (it also includes the prostate… Read More
Urosepsis is a combination of medical terms urology, the function of the urinary system, and sepsis, a life-threatening bacterial infection. Urosepsis is a severe infection that is localized in the urinary tract and has the potential to be fatal.
The… Read More
Anuria is the inability to urinate or discharge urine. The word itself literally translates to “no urine.” It can be a symptom of various metabolic and volume status disorders, or it can be a problem stemming from an abnormality of… Read More
Overactive bladder is a condition characterized by an increase in urinary frequency and urgency, resulting from nerve damage, frequent urinary tract infections, and other conditions. Although diet and exercise can aid in treating an overactive bladder, herbal remedies can… Read More
Polycystic ovary syndrome symptoms can be annoying for some women and a serious problem for others, but many sufferers have discovered that a PCOS diet can help alleviate some of the discomforts.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is a hormonal… Read More
Nocturia (nighttime urination) can be quite annoying, as it keeps you awake at night with frequent trips to the bathroom. The worst part is that even though you may feel as if you have to go, by the time you… Read More
Having to urgently use the bathroom but not making it to the toilet is something we do not like to experience, yet it’s a problem we all face at one time or another. We at Bel Marra recognize this problem… Read More
A bladder neck obstruction affects the group of muscles that connect from the bladder to the urethra. These muscles are responsible for holding in urine and releasing it when appropriate. When the bladder neck becomes obstructed, urine flow can be… Read More
Having an overactive bladder can make almost any task a difficult one. Trying to sleep at night with the constant urge to urinate can be more than just irritating – it can prevent you from getting any real rest. And… Read More
Smelly urine can be caused by many different factors, but most of them are non-threatening and can be addressed with simple solutions.
While most of the time you can overlook the smelly odor of your urine (especially if it’s a… Read More
Paruresis—or shy bladder—is a syndrome with many different names, and while it may sound silly, it is real. Paruresis, bashful bladder, pee-shy, bathroom phobia; no matter what term is used by the person who has the syndrome, the bottom line… Read More
Sometimes we have to hold in our pee because there isn’t a bathroom in sight. If you do this once in a while, it isn’t that detrimental, but constantly holding in your pee can set you up for some serious… Read More