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The disorder from the urinary tract could unveil symptoms like difficulty in starting urine stream by winter1101 Posted Sat 14 Sep 2013 5:30pm As soon as the urethra is compressed, the core is narrowed thus promoting stasis of urine or medically known as a urinary retention. Thick Endometrium Treatment. Strategy to BPH is made of the pharmaceuticals like NSAIDS for any inflammation, analgesics for pain and antibiotics with regard to the infection. You need to the time comprehend the p ... Read on »
bladder and urinary difficulties by heroteo heroteo Posted Tue 02 Nov 2010 5:49pm In fact there are 27-29% of PD have bladder and urinary difficulties. Unlike bowel dysfunction which becomes motor feature at the early stage of PD urinary and bladder dysfunction with PD becomes evident at later stages of Parkinson's. The primary function of the bladder is twofold- to store urine and then to empty the urine when it is convenient ... Read on »
Old Dog Hurts When Urinating - The Underlying Cause Behind the Problem by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Mar 2009 3:16pm If an old dog has a urination problem, you may wonder what caused such a condition especially if the dog has been happy and healthy in the past. When an old dog hurts when urinating, chances are he may be suffering from an infection affecting his urinary system. Before giving the dog any home treatment, seek the help of your veterinarian s ... Read on »
A Golden Torch: Mullein’s Healing Light by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 10:00pm 1 Comment Common Names: Mullein, Punchón, Gordolobo, Wild Ice Leaf, Our Lady’s Flannel, Hag’s (or Hedge) Taper, Torches, Candelaria, Quaker’s Rouge, Botanical Name: Verbascum spp. Parts used: root, leaf, flower, flower stalk resin Energetics – Root: neutral, sl. drying. Leaf: cool, sl. moistening. Flower: cool, neutral Taste: salty, bla ... Read on »
FELINE URINARY PROBLEMS.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 16 May 2010 11:00pm Two years ago today, Helpful Buckeye crawled out of the foam of the ancient seas and started putting together this blog, Questions On Dogs and Cats.  We've been through an evolution of sorts as the format and content of the blog have hopefully improved to the point at which the rule of survival of the fittest will allow us to continue for at leas ... Read on »
Health Tips for June 5 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:22pm Health Tip: Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that develop on a woman's ovaries. In some cases, they may be difficult to detect and pose no obvious warning signs. But they also may have noticeable symptoms, some of which are listed below, courtesy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: * Pai ... Read on »
Open radical retropubic prostatectomy (RRP) for treatment of early stage (localized) prostate cancer by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 1:41pm The Basics The “anatomical approach” to radical retropubic prostatectomy, designed to spare the nerve bundles on both sides of the prostate and better control bleeding during surgery, was developed by Patrick Walsh, MD ( see right ) of the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, in the early 1980s. It ... Read on »
Serious prostatitis are hard to be treated by winter1101 Posted Tue 04 Jun 2013 3:54pm How to treat prostatitis? Scaling plus root planing would be the a couple of methods as used by this dentist, periodontist and also hygienist. These techniques are made to take out tartar inside of the gum line and also between teeth in addition to detoxify the fundamental exterior. The particular surgery with periodontal disease usually ar ... Read on »
Health Headlines - September 8 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm FDA Panel Gives Nod to New Arthritis Drug A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee on Tuesday recommended approval for a new drug to treat rheumatoid arthritis. The drug, abatacept, is designed to be given intravenously and suppresses part of the immune system. Drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb is recommending it as an alterna ... Read on »