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Bladder discomfort can be frustrating and even embarrassing. Certain foods and drinks can be part of the problem. Learn how to identify and eliminate your triggers.
Whether you’re dealing with incontinence, frequent urination or concerns after catheter removal, you may be looking for a way to regain urine control. Our urologist shares tips.
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Your kidneys, ureters, urethra and bladder make up your urinary tract — and any part of that system can become infected. The most common urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bladder infection. But all UTIs have a lot in common.
With kidney disease, your healthcare provider may prescribe medication to take on jobs your kidneys aren’t able to do. But there are other medications you should avoid or limit. A nephrologist sorts it out.
You may not notice symptoms of IgA nephropathy or C3G until later stages of disease. Managing chronic conditions can help slow the progress.
By getting a genetic test for complement 3 glomerulopathy (C3G), you can discover the likelihood of passing on the disease while identifying potential treatments. A nephrologist explains how it works.
There’s a lot of advice out there about what to eat with kidney disease. And if you’re balancing other conditions, too, it can get very hard to follow. A nephrologist shares two golden rules.
Clinical trials may not be for everyone, but they offer potential solutions and push research forward when it comes to rare diseases like IgA nephropathy and C3G.