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How to do a bladder washout by Neo-Conduit Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 11:39pm This is how I do a bladder washout, in a IlealNeo Bladder. The first step is to gather the equipment. Generally it comprises a 50ml syringe, Sodium Chloride for irrigation gloves(my preference), a 16f Nelaton Male Catheter, absorbent medical pad, a container, lube if preferred, and a clean swab to cover stoma(or bag in my case). ... Read on »
Bladder Cancer, TURBT Perforated Bladder - FIGHTING THE SYSTEM - April, 2008 by Steve K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:19am By the Monday after surgery (the previous Wednesday) I was feeling about 80% of normal. All day I had a hangover headache from the Lortab (narcotic), the last of which had been taken Saturday night. Tylenol (acetaminophen) didn't make a dent in it, but 3 regular aspirins seemed to do the trick. And I still had a drainage tube installed because of ... Read on »
Mind Over Bladder - Tips and Tools to Make Your Bladder Behave by Kathleen and Mary Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 1:31pm Are you tired of your bladder running your life? Going to the bathroom does not have to be an EMERGENCY (although it can seem like it). Feeling your bladder ready to burst, you sprint to the bathroom only to discover it was a false alarm (tinkle, tinkle…) What you are feeling is not a bladder full of urine, patiently waiti ... Read on »
Bootcamp for your bladder:training your bladder to behave (part 1) by Kathleen and Mary Posted Fri 28 May 2010 11:13am Do you know where every single bathroom is located? Do you go so often that you actually have favorite restrooms? Have you down loaded the "apps" that find the best bathrooms in your town and every city you visit? Alright, so your bladder may not leaking but you are still not happy having to go to the bathroom so frequently. It seems as if your ... Read on »
You bladder watch out, you bladder not cry. by Dysautonomic Posted Fri 20 Jan 2012 11:53pm School is going well. That d-bag teacher turned out to not be so bad. It's good that we're going over The Giver right now, what with all that Arizona book controversy going on. Math is hard, yo. I've taken a higher math than I'm taking right now and I'm still struggling. Partly because I'm having to learn from my book since we can't understand m ... Read on »
Bladder pacemaker urgently needed for overactive bladder by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 07 Mar 2012 3:44am Sacral nerveBundle of fibres that carries information in the form of electrical impulses. stimulation is sometimes referred to as the ‘pacemakerA small electrical device that functions to maintain a normal heart rate. for the bladderThe organ that stores urine.’. As University College ... Read on »
Colonic Irrigation For Weight Loss? by hikerrd Posted Thu 19 Jan 2012 10:39pm Colonic irrigation may seem like a positive, "relaxing"and necessary procedure but... I’m okay with my weight, and with my body. Most days, that is. But what if I opened my email to find a Groupon that lured me with the promise of feeling better, of losing weight, of being cleaner, healthier? And what if I passed o ... Read on »
What is a Neti Pot Nasal Irrigation? by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 04 May 2010 11:24pm Sinus and allergy symptoms can cause those who suffer them to feel as though they can never get a breath of air. Many have learned that neti pot nasal irrigation can allow them to once again breathe freely by flushing and opening nasal passages. Neti Pot Nasal Irrigation – Why it works The sinuses are filled with cilia which trap ... Read on »
Bladder infections traditionally view in gentlemen by winter1101 Posted Tue 19 Nov 2013 3:47pm Diagnose Chlamydia. Crammed to make herpes virus to another person they usually can certainly keep away from that every time they utilize genital herpes virus virus remedy. Anybody that thinks they will could get Chlamydia ought not to be worried to consider Chlamydia exam to get immediately after virtually all, they might get this gone awa ... Read on »
THOSE PESKY BLADDER INFECTIONS by Martha K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Jul 2008 4:07pm For whatever reason, diabetics are prone to bladder infections. Most of these do not require antibiotics, if you use a supplement called D-MANNOSE. D-mannose is a polysaccharide that tells the e-coli, which is causing the infection, to attach to the D-mannose, and wash right out of the bladder. D-mannose, in combination with CYSTEX, will get most b ... Read on »