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How to Increase urinary flow

A: It is common for men to experience urinary changes as they age. These changes can occur due to an enlargement of the prostate gland caused by a medical condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH. BPH can restrict the flow of urine and may cause the flow to stop completely, which makes urine accumulate in the bladder. You can increase your urinary flow during the early stages of BPH by taking herbs such as saw palmetto and stinging nettle extracts....


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What causes irregular urinary flow accompanied by a burning sensation?

A: There can be many reasons for a burning sensation and inconsistent/irregular flow while urinating, including these: -sexually transmitted diseases -infections and other conditions involving the urethra, bladder, or even kidneys -alcohol abuse -caffeine -dehydration -enlarged prostate -and many more Many older men experience ''urinary hesitancy'' caused by enlarged prostate glands, according to the NCBI of the National Institutes of Health: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bookshelf/br.fcgi?book=adam&part=A003143 That link includes helpful information on urinary difficulties and offers these home-care pointers: -Monitor, record, and report your urination patterns to your doctor. -Apply heat to your lower abdomen...


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urinary flow has slowed down – is it my age?

A: Thank you for your question. Many men experience a less powerful urinary stream when emptying the bladder, as they get older. It is estimated that something like 1 in 3 men over the age of 50 develop urinary outflow symptoms, which in the majority of cases is due to benign enlargement of the prostate gland, otherwise known as benign prostatic hyperplasia. The gland gradually enlarges as the years go by, and this enlargement can cause pressure on the water pipe which runs from the bladder to the outside (the urethra), restricting the flow of urine in just the same way that water running through a hose is restricted if the hose is kinked or compressed. Another cause of
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Slow urinary flow

A: How old are you if I may ask? maybe your bladder wqaas still ''sleeping'' and takes a few seconds to get the signal to continue I am a couple months away from being fifthteen. I thought these things weren''t suppose suppose to happen until I was 30....


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I have a problem of urinating frequently at night say five to six times, the flow of urine is less and sometimes it takes to start the flow whereas the urge to urine is there. Like urinating again.

A: urinary incontinence remedies  The symptoms that you describe indicate that you possibly have a urinary tract infection. It is an infection that begins in your urinary system (generally in the lower tract- the urethra and the bladder) and if the infection gets worse it may travel to your kidneys and have serious consequences. It is advisable to consult your doctor as to what the exact problem is and then correct it. If it is indeed an urinary tract infection then you can easily cure it using a treatment recommended by your doctor. The treatment for a urinary tract infection is determined by the state of your health and the level of infection. The first step in...
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What Are the Different Types of urinary Surgery?

A: urinary surgery is used to treat injuries, disease, and congenital deformities associated with the urinary system. This includes issues with the bladder, kidneys, ureters, and urethra, which all perform necessary functions related to the elimination of wastes and toxins found in blood. The kidneys remove the toxins and produce urine, which is then carried to the bladder by the ureters. The bladder stores the urine until it is excreted through the urethra. urinary surgery is used to correct problems with this process, such as urinary incontinence, overactive bladder disorders, and severe conditions such as bladder cancer that may require a urinary diversion.

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What Is a urinary Stent?

A: In the field of medicine, a urinary stent is a tube that is inserted into the ureter to aid the flow of urine from the kidneys to the bladder. This is a common treatment for a variety of urinary problems, including kidney stones. It is usually a temporary treatment designed to physically relieve an obstruction that is preventing the normal passage of urine to the bladder. Kidney obstructions occur when something blocks or impedes the ureter, the muscular tube that leads from each kidney to the bladder and through which urine flows. Such obstructions may have a number of different root causes. Kidney stones, or particles of stones, can move into the ureter and block it. The ureter itself may...


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How Do I Choose the Best urinary Medicine?

A: Choosing the best urinary medicine involves an assessment of any problems you’re having as well as the potential solutions. The urinary tract can become afflicted with a variety of ailments, most being non life threatening and easy to treat. Nonetheless, you want to be sure you consider and research all the options available to you before entrusting your urinary health to a particular regimen. Many illnesses which require urinary medicine involve infections that reside within the urinary tract. These can be found in the urethra, bladder, or kidneys and may cause discomfort such as burning and an overwhelming urge to urinate even when there is no urine to be passed....


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What are Some Home Remedies for urinary Incontinence?

A: urinary incontinence is a condition that strikes a number of persons, not just people in their sixties and older. While the condition can be a source of embarrassment and may eventually cause the individual to curtail his or her social life, there are a number of things that can be done to minimize and possibly even reverse the condition. Home remedies for urinary incontinence have been around for a long time, and may hold the key to correcting the problem. Here are some examples of home remedies for urinary incontinence that can be tried at home. In days gone buy, urinary incontinence was sometimes referred to as ''slippage.'' The problem would often manifest itself after a man or woman...


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What Is the Pathophysiology of urinary Tract Infection?

A: The pathophysiology of urinary tract infection involves the infection of urinary tract organs such as the urethra, bladder, ureters, and kidneys. Although different microorganisms can cause UTI, the pathophysiology of urinary tract infection is similar for each organism. Normal urine is sterile, but when bacterial urinary infection occurs, microorganisms enter through the urethra and may travel up or ascend to other parts of the urinary system. It is important to treat UTI to avoid complications.. In all cases, the pathophysiology of urinary tract infection begins with the entry of microorganisms through the outermost part of the

 
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