You’re changing your baby’s diaper and, without warning, his urine starts to geyser. Why does this happen? A pediatric urology nurse practitioner answers this in this short answer.
Learn what causes nocturia, or nighttime urination, and when you need to see a doctor.
If you’ve ever wondered why your pee smells funny after eating asparagus, you’re not alone. A nephrologist breaks down why the asparagus pee phenomenon happens.
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.
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You might think that urinary tract infections are a worry only for adult women. But they are a concern for babies and young children, too.
A split urine stream can occur for a variety of reasons. Find out what causes this surprising symptom — and whether you should worry.