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Bladder Stones: Causes and Symptoms

Bladder Stones: Causes and Symptoms  Bladder stones are hard masses of mineral that has developed from concentrated urine inside your bladder, and it is often caused by the inability of the bladder to void urine completely. Other causes of bladder stones include UTI, foreign objects in the bladder, and dislodged kidney stones turning into bladder […]

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Why Do I Urinate So Often?

Why Do I Urinate So Often? People urinate on average 6 to 7 times a day, and any frequency from 4 to 10 times is considered normal. If you urinate more than 10 times a day, it doesn’t necessarily mean something is abnormal. Frequent urination becomes concerning when it interferes with your quality of life […]

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Postpartum Bladder Urinary Retention: Pregnancy’s Effects on Bladder

Postpartum Bladder Urinary Retention: Pregnancy’s Effects on Bladder Although pregnancy can be a magical experience, it can also cause stress on your bladder, sometimes leaving long-lasting effects. This article helps you learn more about the causes, symptoms, risk factors, and treatments for postpartum urinary retention. What happens to your bladder during pregnancy and childbirth? Starting […]

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Be Informed About Bladder Exstrophy

What is Bladder Exstrophy? Bladder Exstrophy, or BE for short, is a rare birth abnormality in which the bladder and its surrounding parts form outside of the body, flat, and inside-out. As the BE Association put it, “If you can imagine a balloon that has been cut in two, opened up so that the inside […]

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