Let’s be honest. We’ve all thought about peeing in a public swimming pool. Sometimes you just have to go! But is it really safe? Find out, so you don’t spoil summertime for others!
Women and older adults are more at risk for recurrent urinary tract infections. Find out why, as well as what steps to take to help prevent UTIs.
Learn what causes nocturia, or nighttime urination, and when you need to see a doctor.
If your overactive bladder medication isn’t working, don’t give up. Find out what other treatments you can explore.
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Resistant hypertension or high blood pressure that is difficult to control with medication, may have underlying causes. These tips can help.
Are men or women more likely to get urinary tract infections (UTIs)? Whose UTIs are worse? Our expert explains how UTIs affect men and women and offers tips for treatment.
Why do men get morning erections? At what age is it normal to start getting them? And is it ever a cause for concern? A urologist answers five key questions.
Penis pain can have many causes, from Peyronie’s to penile fracture to skin disorders like lichen sclerosus. Here’s when to see your doctor.
Your urine can reveal a lot about what’s going on in your body, from how hydrated you are to whether you might have a urinary tract infection. Learn what’s normal and what’s not in this urine color chart.
Experts recommend no more than 2,300 mg of sodium a day, but most Americans average of about 3,400 milligrams. Learn about how salt may be hidden in your food, even in foods that don’t taste salty.