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Inability to Urinate - eMedicineHealth
The inability to urinate (urinary retention) may occur in women and men. Urinary retention may be acute or chronic. Treatment depends on the underlying cause. Urinary ...

What Is Urinary Retention? Causes, Treatment, Symptoms
Urinary retention (inability to urinate) may be caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia, multiple sclerosis, vaginal childbirth, and certain drugs. Read about symptoms ...

Inability to Urinate Causes, Symptoms, Treatment - What ...
What Are Risk Factors and Causes of an Inability to Urinate?

Inability to Urinate in Dogs | petMD
Urinary retention is the medical term given to incomplete emptying (or voiding) of urine that is not associated with obstruction of the urinary tract.

ANA CAUTI Prevention Tool
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Bladder Cancer Symptoms & Signs | CTCA
Read about bladder cancer symptoms. Though blood in the urine is a common sign, lower back pain and changes in urination may also be symptoms of bladder cancer.

Paraphimosis - circumstitions.com
For paraphimosis, gently squeeze the glans to get the extra fluid out of the glans (which is like a sponge) and, if that is not sufficient, warm a little water with ...

Bladder Stone - WebMD - Better information. Better health.
Bladder stones are hard pieces of mineral that form in the bladder. The stones may form because of a urinary tract infection or enlarged prostate. Bladder stones are ...

GENICULAR NERVE BLOCK | Centers for Pain Control
What is a genicular nerve block? A genicular nerve block is the injection of a local anesthetic to block the nerves that transmits pain from the knee. What is the ...

What are Bladder Stones? - HealthCommunities.com
Bladder stones develop when substances such as calcium oxalate in the urine concentrate and combine into hard, solid lumps that lodge in the bladder. Learn the ...

 

 

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What to know about the most common urological condition for men under 50
Metro US
Chronic prostatitis, also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome, shares the symptoms of bacterial prostatitis, without bacteria present in tests. And finally, asymptomatic prostatitis, describes a condition in which a patient experiences prostate ...


Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

Dr. Michael Rittenberg performs first urological procedures in Northeastern Pennsylvania using UroLift implant at ...
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Dr. Michael Rittenberg, a urologist who practices in Kingston, completed three procedures using the UroLift System on Jan. 27. Before Rittenberg executed the procedure, the closest practicing specialist was in the Lehigh Valley. One week after the ...

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National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month — Educating All Men On Reducing Their Risk
Huffington Post
Inability to urinate • Incomplete emptying of the bladder • Pain with urination or bloody urine • Slowed or delayed start of the urinary stream • Strong and sudden urge to urinate • Weak urine stream. Nutrition's role in helping to prevent prostate ...

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Prostate Gland Surgery: Is It Really Necessary?
Newsmax
Prostate gland surgery is an option available to men who have an enlarged prostate or have been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Prostate gland surgery could provide benefits for men who continue to have such bothersome issues as frequent urinary tract ...

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Complications of Incontinence Surgery
Everyday Health (blog)
Although they are rare, abnormal openings from the urinary tract into the vaginado develop in some people after incontinence surgery. If left unaddressed, these openings can allow urine to leak out through the vagina. "A fistula usually means that you ...


Next Avenue

Ben Stiller: Controversial Prostate Test 'Saved My Life'
Next Avenue
The “harms” include: infection, problems urinating, erectile dysfunction, bladder and bowel incontinence, deep vein thrombosis (blood clots), serious cardiovascular events and, rarely, death, according to the American Urological Association. It's ...

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Urinary retention: Causes, symptoms, and diagnosis tips
Bel Marra Health
Urinary Retention Those with urinary retention suffer from the inability to empty their bladder completely. While they can usually still go to the bathroom, they often feel they have retained urine despite excreting as much as they could. Acute urinary ...


Botox Beats Implant for Urinary Incontinence in Women
WebMD
TUESDAY, Oct. 4, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- For women with bladder incontinence who haven't been helped by medications or other therapies, Botox injections may help control leakage better than an implanted nerve stimulation device, a new study suggests ...

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New prostate surgery less invasive
Independent Online
There are only four such systems in the country – one at the Urology Hospital, another at an institution in Midrand, and two in Cape Town. Van der Merwe said that before robotics, some men suffered from impotence, incontinence and a long and painful ...

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