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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Bladder Stones
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Urinary bladder stones are crystallized clusters of minerals in the bladder. They form when the urine becomes too concentrated, which is often associated with an inability to empty the bladder completely. Bladder stones causes The primary reason for urinary bladder stones formation is incomplete emptying of the bladder. In men, an enlarged prostate gland can […]
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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Soft tissue sarcoma
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A soft tissue sarcoma is a form of cancer that develops in tissues whose primary function is to support, connect, and surround other body parts. Cancer of this type is rare. Affected structures may include muscles, blood vessels, the lining of joints, fat, tendons and nerves. Soft tissue sarcoma can develop anywhere in the body. […]
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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Small bowel prolapse (enterocele)
By Editorial Team (Y)
What is a small bowel prolapse? Prolapse of the small bowel occurs when the small intestine (or small bowel) gets pushed down into the lower pelvic cavity and pushes the upper portion of the vagina. As a result, a bulge creates.Small bowel prolapse can also be called an enterocele.The risk of experiencing small bowel prolapse […]
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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Urinary Incontinence
By Editorial Team (Y)
As people get older, some of them face such an uncomfortable and often embarrassing problem as urinary incontinence, in other words, loss of bladder control. Although urinary incontinence occurs more often with aging, it’s not an inevitable condition for older people. Most people can get rid of the symptoms of urinary incontinence by a healthy […]
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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Overactive Bladder
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Overactive bladder (OAB) is a condition that causes frequent urination. An individual suffering from this syndrome may experience increased urges to urinate throughout the day and night. Occasionally, it can also be challenging to control the need to pass urine, and an accidental loss of urine may occur as a result.Without a doubt, an overactive […]
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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Kidney Stones
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Kidney stones are clusters of crystallized salts and minerals formed inside the kidneys. This condition can be uncomfortable and painful and should be treated at early stages to avoid complications. Kidney stones may impact any part of the urinary tract. Kidney stones types There are several types of kidney stones. Knowing which type of stones […]
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February 23, 2022
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Prostate Cancer
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Definition In prostate cancer (or prostate carcinoma), cancerous growth develops in the prostate. Metastasizing (spreading of cancer cells outside the prostate) is possible. Initially, there may be no symptoms. However, as it progresses, it can cause bloody urine, difficulty urinating, pain in the pelvis, back or when urinating (similar symptoms as benign prostatic hyperplasia have). […]
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February 23, 2022
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Condition. Prostate BPH (Benign prostatic hyperplasia)
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A common problem that older men face is benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or simply an enlargement of their prostate gland. Prostatic hyperplasia causes unpleasant urinary symptoms of different severity that progressively worsen as time passes. BPH symptoms Common BPH symptoms manifest by frequent need for urination at night (nocturia), frequent urination and urgent needs, difficulty […]
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February 23, 2022
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Urinary incontinence and how to deal with it
By AGE2B team
Various conditions might lower the quality of life in older adults. One such problem is urinary incontinence (UI). UI is any involuntary leakage of urine. It affects about 30-60% of women and 10-35% of men aged 65 years and older. It can often be cured or controlled. Therefore, it is crucial to seek medical care […]
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