Leaking Urine Is Not A Normal Part Of Aging

Many women live with a leaky bladder. This includes almost half of women over 50. But only 30 percent of women who leak talk to their urologists. They learn to live with the leaks because they believe it’s a normal part of getting older. It’s not.

Male Urology Patient

9 Surprising Prostate Cancer Statistics

Prostate cancer is common, but did you know that it’s the second most common cancer diagnosed in American men? Here are eight other surprising prostate cancer statistics, according to the American Cancer Society:

  • Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in American men.
  • 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Prevent UTIs at Home: 5 Natural Tips

If you’ve ever had a urinary tract infection (UTI), you will probably do anything to avoid another one! A UTI is an infection of the urinary system, which is made up of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Urine is normally sterile, but UTIs are caused when bacteria enter the urine. This can lead to a bladder infection (cystitis) or a kidney infection (pyelonephritis).

Do You Know the 5 Types of Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence affects 25 million adult Americans, according to the National Foundation for Continence. Although the loss of bladder control is a common health concern, it isn’t easy to live with. Both men and women experience urinary incontinence. Due to anatomical differences and childbirth, it’s more common in women than in men.

There are five different types of urinary incontinence.

Prostate Cancer

You Need To Know These 5 Prostate Cancer Risk Factors

One common men’s health issue is prostate cancer, and there are many known risk factors. A risk factor is something that increases your risk of getting a certain disease. Some risk factors, like smoking, are lifestyle choices that can be changed. Others, like age, can’t be changed.

Having one or more risk factors for prostate cancer doesn’t mean that you will get it.

OAB Meds Not Working? Here’s What To Do

Although medications for overactive bladder are often the first step tried to combat urges, many women stop taking them. If you have, you’re not alone.

Many women stop taking their overactive bladder (OAB) medications a year after they are initially prescribed. You may have found that the medication wasn’t effective or that the side effects,

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