Overview of Urological Cancers
Overview of urological cancers Urologic cancers are the cancers that occur in the organs of the urinary tract and the male reproductive tract. It can affect organs like kidneys, ureter, bladder, urethra, and in men the penis, prostate and testicles. Types of
What the colour of your urine says about your health?
Urine is made up of water, salt and chemicals like (urea and uric acid). The colour of urine depends upon how diluted the urochrome pigment is. The colour changes could be due to foods, medications or food dyes. But in other
Retroperitoneal fibrosis also known as a Ormond’s disease is a rare condition that occurs when excess fibrous tissue develops in the retroperitoneal area (space behind stomach and intestine) which It causes a mass to form. This often causes compression and
Bladder Cancer: Risk Factors
Bladder cancer occurs when cells of the bladder grow abnormally. The most common risk factors of bladder cancer are age, race, gender, exposure to certain chemicals, and having a family history of the disease etc. Let's have a look at the
Common urinary problem in type 2 diabetes patients
People with type 2 diabetes, most of the time, have to suffer from Urinary tract problems like frequency and urgency of urination, sexual dysfunction and kidney health. This is due to the damage to nerves that support the structures of
Interstitial cystitis (IC)
What is IC? Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a chronic inflammation of the bladder muscle layers causing painful urination. Its symptoms may vary from person to person but the most common symptoms are: pelvic and abdominal pain and pressure frequent urination urgency
UTI – CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, TREATMENT
What is urinary traction infection? UTI or urinary tract infection is a common type of infection in your urinary system. It can occur in any part of your urinary system, including the urethra, ureters, bladder and kidneys. It can be observed
Kidney Stone Diet: What to eat and what to avoid?
Kidney stones are rock-like substances that are formed when Calcium combines with chemicals, such as oxalate or phosphorous, in the urine and get concentrated. This forms stones of the size of a grain, pea or as big as a ball.
Frequent Urination in Women: Causes and Treatment
What is frequent urination? Frequent urination is a condition in which a person needs to urinate more times. This urge may cause you to lose control of the bladder. Due to this person feels uncomfortable. This problem is more common in