Category Archives: Urinary Tract Infection

Dehydration Effects On Your Body

To put it simply, when the amount of water you’re losing exceeds the amount that you’re taking in, dehydration may occur. If you don’t replace these lost fluids, your body will be unable to perform its normal functions. With the summer heat in full force throughout the states, it’s more important than ever to keep…
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Why Am I Having Difficulty Urinating?

The proper function of the urinary system is essential to the body. Kidneys filter waste from the blood and remove them with urine. Consciously holding your urine can cause your bladder to atrophy, or bacteria to multiply in your urinary system. With this, a urinary tract infection may develop, spread to the kidneys, and scar,…
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Adult Bed-Wetting Causes (Sleep Enuresis)

For many adults, it is hard to even talk about something that they often think of as a “kid thing," but the truth is that 5,000,000 Americans struggle with adult bedwetting, also known as sleep enuresis. It's worth noting that bedwetting in adults is actually different than what children go through. And while that might…
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Glomerulonephritis: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Glomerulonephritis might be a health condition that most people would imagine they've never heard about in their lives before, but it's a condition that's a lot more commonplace than people might have imagined - and many glomerulonephritis cases are diagnosed every year for a variety of different reasons including a family history of the condition.…
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Should Not Hold Your Pee

Do you ever find yourself working long hours and skip your chance for a bathroom break? Do you often end up “holding it” for an extended time? In a healthy adult, occasionally holding in your pee shouldn't do any damage, it's when you do it all the time that you could cause yourself some problems.…
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