It is a common misconception that urologists only treat men, but many women may need to see this specialist too. While your OBGYN will monitor your overall and reproductive health, they may refer you to a urologist to treat common disorders that affect your urinary tract.
As recognized by the Urology Care Foundation, November is Bladder Health Month. During this time, it’s important to recognize all bladder conditions from cancer to UTIs. Continue reading “Bladder Health Month 2016”
Urinary incontinence is when urine accidentally leaks. Anywhere from 5% to 15% of men over the age of 60 are affected.
Often targeting the cause of urinary problems can help you and your doctor find the best treatment option to reduce bladder leakage.