Category Bladder

Bladder

Can I swim with cystitis?

Cystitis Cystitis is an inflammatory disease that affects the bladder. In most clinical cases, inflammation is localized within the mucous membrane of the bladder, but sometimes covers the wall thickness.
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What causes cystitis

The causes of cystitis The causes of cystitis The causes of cystitis in women, as well as in men, have been studied in detail. It is detected in the early stages and is safely treated.
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Top 8 proven bladder foods

How much fluid can I drink with an overactive bladder? In the 1940s, the State Academy published data on daily water rates, which stated that the body should replenish each calorie spent with one milliliter of water.
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Bladder injury

Features of a bladder injury By a bladder injury is meant any violation of the integrity of its wall. This occurs as a result of external exposure.
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Overactive bladder

Bladder hyperactivity Bladder hyperactivity ICD-10 N32.8 ICD-9 596.51 596.51 ICD-9-KM 596.52 [1] [2] MeSH D053201 Overactive bladder (OAB) is a common disease.
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How is cystoscopy performed?

What is cystoscopy? This is a minimally invasive endoscopic examination of the bladder. The method is informative, allows you to further evaluate the condition of the walls of the urethra and ureters. Diagnostics is performed using a cystoscope.
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Cystitis: at risk - young mothers

What is cystitis, who and how often is ill with cystitis? Cystitis is an inflammatory disease of the bladder. Both men and women suffer from cystitis. Upon reaching puberty, the likelihood of urinary infection in women increases by 50 times.
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No urine pressure in men

Why do men have a weak urine flow during urination? Changing the duration of the urine output process, weakening the pressure of the stream - these symptoms often indicate the presence of certain health problems of the genitourinary tract.
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