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Tag: urinary health
Why You Pee When You Sneeze and How To Stop It
Peeing when you sneeze, cough or laugh can be embarrassing. A urogynecologist explains how treatments like pelvic floor exercises and surgery can help you regain bladder control.
Men Ask: “Why Am I Peeing So Much?”
Are you worried you might be peeing too much? A urologist explains some causes of frequent urination in men and people assigned male at birth.
Urine Smell: What Does It Mean?
Does your urine ever smell a little … well, stinky? It’s probably just a sign of dehydration or something you ate, but it could also be a warning about a larger health issue. Learn more from a urologist.
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What Help Is Available for Men Who Have Trouble Urinating?
An enlarged prostate can make trips to the bathroom both a frequent and uncomfortable experience. It’s a common problem — and one that needs to be talked about more often.
How Often Should You Pee During the Day?
How many times a day should you pee? The average is around seven, but the number of restroom trips may vary from four to 10. A urologist explains what’s normal and what’s cause for concern.
Is ‘Breaking the Seal’ a Real Thing When Drinking Alcohol?
Is there any truth to the notion that you “break the seal” when you finally give in and pee while drinking alcohol? Find out in this short answer from a urologist.