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Clinical Trials What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Clinical Trials - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Download this fact sheet to learn about clinical trials, include details about phases, benefits, privacy rights, fees and resources to learn more.… more

Women’s Health and Menopause What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Women’s Health and Menopause – What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Learn about women’s health during perimenopause and menopause, symptoms and treatment options. … more

Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma (UTUC) - What You Should Know

Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma (UTUC) - What You Should Know

Download this fact sheet to learn about Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma (UTUC), types, symptoms, treatment and more.… more

Constipation and Urine Control - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Constipation and Urine Control - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

This fact sheet outlines what to know about constipation and urine control. Constipation happens when you go too long without having a bowel movement & this can cause issues with urine control. … more

Calcium and Kidney Stones - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Calcium and Kidney Stones - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

There are two types of calcium stones: calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate. This fact sheet outlines what you should know about calcium and kidney stones.… more

Kidney Cysts - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Kidney Cysts - What You Should Know Fact Sheet

As a person ages, sacs filled with fluid, called cysts, can form in the kidneys. This fact sheet outlines what you should know about kidney cysts.… more

Topical Estrogen – What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Topical Estrogen – What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Women who have gone through menopause often have vaginal dryness. This problem is also common in those who have had both of their ovaries surgically removed. In some cases, vaginal dryness can lead to pain with sex, burning vaginal discomfort or itching, recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) or abnormal vaginal discharge. Topical estrogen is a prescription treatment that can help lower or ease these symptoms.… more

Women’s Urology What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Women’s Urology – What You Should Know Fact Sheet

Women often put the health of their families ahead of their own. It is of great value to take care of your own health, including your urologic health. There are many things you can do to prevent urologic conditions such as kidney stones and urinary tract infections (UTIs). Here are some healthy living tips that can improve your urologic health.… more

Bladder Cancer: What You Should Know

Bladder Cancer: What You Should Know

Learn more about the basics of bladder cancer including types, causes, symptoms, testing and treatment options. … more

Men's Checklist: What African American Men Should Know

Men’s Checklist What African American Men Should Know

Did you know African American men are at higher risk for many health issues? This free fact sheet includes numbers and screenings to help African American men keep their health in check. … more

Ureteral Stents What You Should Know

Ureteral Stents What You Should Know

A ureteral stent is a plastic, flexible tube that helps the kidney drain urine after kidney stone surgery. Learn about how they feel, how they are removed and when to call a doctor if you feel concerned. … more

Urine Color - What You Should Know

Urine Color - What You Should Know

A fact sheet about the meaning behind the color of urine for people of all ages to know when to drink more, what can change urine color and when to talk with a doctor about urine color.… more

Telehealth - What You Should Know

Telehealth - What You Should Know

A fact sheet on what patients should know about telehealth.… more

Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome (IC/BPS) Fact Sheet

Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome (IC/BPS) Fact Sheet

Download this fact sheet to read a concise review of interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome.… more

Immunotherapy for Urothelial Cancer

Immunotherapy for Urothelial Cancer Fact Sheet

Summary of immunotherapy for cancers of the bladder, renal pelvis, ureter and other urinary organs to include treatment, adverse reactions and questions to ask the health care team.… more

Women’s Checklist What Black Women Should Know

Women’s Checklist What Black Women Should Know

Did you know Black women are at higher risk for many health issues? This free fact sheet includes numbers and screenings to help Black women keep their health in check. … more

Urinary Tract Infections What You Should Know

Urinary Tract Infections What You Should Know

A description of urinary tract infections to include tips on how to prevent UTIs.… more

Urodynamic Tests

Urodynamic Tests

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Hematuria

Hematuria

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Kidney Basics

Kidney Basics

The basics about kidney function, kidney stones and kidney cancer with notes section to help patients and health care teams.… more

OEstrogènes topiques: Ce qu’il faut savoir

OEstrogènes topiques: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Les femmes ménopausées présentent souvent une sécheresse vaginale. Ce problème est également fréquent chez celles qui ont subi une ablation chirurgicale des deux ovaires. Dans certains cas, la sécheresse vaginale peut entraîner des douleurs lors des rapports sexuels, une sensation de brûlure ou des démangeaisons vaginales, des infections urinaires (IU) récurrentes ou des pertes vaginales anormales. (Topical Estrogen – What You Should Know Fact Sheet)… more

Détente des muscles du plancher pelvien: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Détente des muscles du plancher pelvien: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Un plancher pelvien musclé peut aider à prévenir les fuites et à calmer l’envie d’uriner. Parfois, ces muscles peuvent être trop tendus, ce qui peut entraîner des fuites urinaires, des difficultés à vider la vessie et des douleurs pendant les rapports sexuels. (Pelvic Floor Muscle Relaxing – What You Should Know Fact Sheet)… more

Renforcement des muscles du plancher pelvien: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Renforcement des muscles du plancher pelvien: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Des millions de personnes souffrent d’incontinence urinaire (fuites d’urine). Elles ont souvent l’impression que leur vie est soumise au bon vouloir de leur vessie. Mais ce n’est pas une fatalité. Vous pouvez agir dès maintenant pour mieux contrôler votre vessie. (Pelvic Floor Muscle Strength – What You Should Know Fact Sheet)… more

Calcium et calculs rénaux: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Calcium et calculs rénaux: Ce qu’il faut savoir

L’urine contient de nombreux minéraux et sels dissous. Lorsque l’urine contient des niveaux élevés de minéraux et de sels, des cristaux solides appelés calculs peuvent se former. Ces calculs peuvent être « silencieux » (asymptomatiques) ou très douloureux. (Calcium and Kidney Stones – What You Should Know Fact Sheet)… more

Kystes rénaux: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Kystes rénaux: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Avec l’âge, des poches remplies de liquide, appelées kystes, peuvent se former dans les reins. Il existe cinq catégories de kystes rénaux. La plupart sont de classe I (kystes simples) et de classe II (kystes peu complexes). Ces types de kystes sont presque toujours non cancéreux. Les kystes complexes peuvent être associés à un cancer et devront être suivis ou traités. (Kidney Cysts – What You Should Know Fact Sheet)… more

Contrôle technique de l’urologie masculine: Ce que les hommes doivent savoir sur leur santé urologique

Contrôle technique de l’urologie masculine: Ce que les hommes doivent savoir sur leur santé urologique

Pour les hommes, l’urologie englobe les voies urinaires et les organes reproducteurs masculins, c’est-à-dire les systèmes situés dans le bas ventre. La plupart des hommes connaissent les bases de l’entretien automobile, mais beaucoup d’hommes ne sont pas au fait de l’entretien urologique. Cette brochure utilise l’analogie de l’entretien automobile pour vous aider à comprendre les notions fondamentales de votre santé urologique. (Men’s Urology Tune-Up Fact Sheet)… more

Notions fondamentales d’urologie: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Notions fondamentales d’urologie: Ce qu’il faut savoir

L’urologie est une branche de la médecine qui traite des problems de santé des systèmes urinaires masculin et féminin, ainsi que de l’appareil reproducteur masculin. (Urology Basics Fact Sheet)… more

Urologie feminine: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Urologie feminine: Ce qu’il faut savoir

Les femmes font souvent passer la santé de leur famille avant la leur. Il est essentiel de prendre soin de sa propre santé, y compris de sa santé urologique. Vous pouvez faire de nombreuses choses pour prévenir les affections urologiques telles que les calculs rénaux et les infections urinaires (IU). (Women’s Urology Fact Sheet)… more

Bladder Basics

Bladder Basics

The basics about bladder function and bladder cancer with notes section to help patients and health care teams. … more