Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (Enlarged Prostate)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia, also commonly referred to as BPH, is a urological condition characterized by an enlarged prostate. As men age, the prostate goes through periods of growth. As the prostate grows, it can cause other issues such as bladder, kidney or urinary tract infections.

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Bladder Prolapse

Bladder prolapse, also known as a prolapsed bladder, a cystocele or a fallen bladder, occurs when the floor of the bladder begins to sag through the supportive muscles and ligaments that hold them in place.

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Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction, also referred to as ED, is the inability for a man to sustain an erection to have sex. Many men occasionally suffer from erectile dysfunction, but it should not become a concern until it occurs on a consistent basis.

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Kidney Failure

Kidney failure happens when your kidneys can't filter the waste from your blood. As a result, dangerous levels of substances like potassium build up in the blood. It can be caused by injuries or diseases like diabetes or high blood pressure, which damage the kidneys over time. Symptoms may include going to the bathroom more frequently, feeling like you can't catch your breath, chest pain or discomfort and swollen legs, feet or ankles.

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Kidney Infection

Kidney infections happen when bacteria travels through your urinary tract into your kidneys. Kidney infections can happen in anyone, but women are more at risk. Symptoms include burning or pain when urinating, pain in your groin, side or back, blood in your urine, urine that smells bad, fever, chills, nausea and vomiting.

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Male Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. Some men may experience urinary incontinence when coughing or sneezing, while others have an urgent need to urinate and can’t get to a toilet in time.

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Peyronie's Disease

Peyronie’s disease is a urology condition where scar tissue forms inside the penis, which can cause painful erections. In some men, the condition causes a severe bend that makes it challenging to have sex or maintain an erection.

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Prostatitis (Prostate Inflammation)

Prostatitis is inflammation and swelling in the prostate caused by a bacterial infection. Prostatitis is the most common urological condition in men younger than 50 years old and causes painful urination.

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Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction

A ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction occurs where there is a blockage in one of the ureters, the tube that brings urine from the kidney to the bladder. The blockage causes a backup of urine that can result in kidney damage. UPJ is most often diagnosed in children born with a blockage, but can also occur in children and adults with scar tissue. UPJ obstruction that affects kidney function is treated with surgery.

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Urinary Incontinence in Women

Urinary incontinence in women, also known as female incontinence or female urinary incontinence, is a urological condition where a woman accidentally or involuntary loses control of her bladder.

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Vaginal Atrophy

Vaginal atrophy happens when the tissues in the vagina start thinning out. It can make having sex painful. Other symptoms include dryness, itching and bleeding. Hormone changes during menopause, while breastfeeding or after having a baby are the main causes. These changes thin the lining of the vagina, making it drier and more fragile. It's a common condition but doesn't affect everyone. Regular sexual activity can help prevent this condition.

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Vaginal Dryness

Your body naturally creates a clear fluid that keeps the tissues in your vagina stretchy and healthy. A drop in hormone levels often causes your body to make less of that fluid. This change in hormones is common during and after menopause. Dryness can happen to women of all ages but it’s most common in older women. Doctors often treat it with hormone therapy or over-the-counter products.

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Varicoceles

A varicocele is an enlarged vein within the scrotum — the bag of skin that holds the testicles. In many men, varicoceles develop on the left side during puberty. If left untreated, varicocele can decrease sperm quality and production, which can lead to infertility.

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