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Urethral Stricture: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

Urethral Stricture: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments This article will go over the causes, symptoms, and treatments of urethral stricture.  Urethral stricture is the narrowing of the urethra. It can be caused by the build-up of scar tissues post urethral trauma. The scar tissue obstructs the pathway through which urine exits the body, which can lead to urinary […]

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Intermittent Catheter Pain: Causes and Preventions

Intermittent Catheter Pain: Causes and Preventions Intermittent catheters, while life-saving, can cause pain, irritation, and discomfort for the user. This article goes over the two most common types of pain associated with catheter usage— urethral pain and bladder spasms—as well as what caused them and how to prevent them.  Urethral pain  The urethra refers to […]

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Catheter Complications

Intermittent Catheterization Complications| Causes, Prevention and Treatments

Intermittent Catheterization Complications| Causes, Prevention and Treatments Clean intermittent catheterization is a necessary medical practice that at least 300,800 people go through in the United States. While intermittent catheterization helps people manage a variety of conditions, it also comes with a set of potential complications. This article helps you learn more about common catheter-associated complications—what […]

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Urethral Sphincter Nerve and Muscle Damage: What You Should Know

Urethral Sphincter Nerve and Muscle Damage: What You Should Know What is the urethral sphincter? The urethral sphincter plays a significant role in releasing urine. Its function is inhibited when nerve and muscle damage occurs, leading to urinary retention or incontinence. The urethral sphincter is a series of muscles that surround the urethra and controls the release […]

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