If you're sexually active, it's important to talk to your partner and take steps to reduce your risk for diseases and infections—some, such as HIV, are life-threatening.
If you have overactive bladder, talk to your health care provider and try these 8 helpful hints to reduce your symptoms.
Do you often have a strong and sudden urge to urinate right away? Do you use the toilet eight or more times daily? Do you wake up at least twice to use the bathroom at night? Talk to your doctor.
Learn more about important renal function tests that your health care provider may use to evaluate your kidneys and kidney function.
Many women leak urine involuntarily—especially after middle age. Find out what can be done to help the situation—treatments are available.
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