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A urinary tract infection indicates an infection in any part of the urinary tract. In this article, Dr Shalabh Agarwal- leading urologist in Delhi NCR talks in detail about UTIs, why they occur frequently and what you can do to prevent recurring UTIs.

A urinary tract infection indicates an infection in any part of the urinary tract. The urinary tract comprises both the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Most UTIs are the result of a bacterial infection. However, it can also be caused by fungi and viruses.  The urinary tract is divided into two main regions: the upper

Knowing the early symptoms is important especially for individuals who are at a greater risk of developing bladder cancer. Regular screening and health check-ups are vital to staying ahead of any health problems that may arise with age.

Every year, more than 11 lakh new cancer cases are reported in India. Of these, bladder cancer is one form of cancer which is seen predominantly in men. In this article, we will explore bladder cancer in further detail including types of bladder cancer, early warning signs of bladder cancer, lifestyle changes that can help

ED or impotence is defined as the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough to engage in sexual intercourse. It can be a short or long-term problem. If you experience any of the following symptoms, you should get a medical consultation to rule out ED.  

Many men may experience difficulty in getting aroused for sexual intercourse once in a while at some point of their lives. Having trouble with erection from time to time is not necessarily something to worry about. However, if the trouble persists, it might indicate erectile dysfunction or impotence.  What is erectile dysfunction?  Erectile dysfunction or

The bladder forms a part of the urinary tract, which is the system that disposes urine from the body. This article provides a look at the different causes of bladder pain, along with its symptoms and treatment options to tackle the underlying issue.

The bladder is a bag-like organ, the size of a grapefruit, located behind the pelvic bone. The bladder is connected to the kidneys through a set of tubes called the ureters. Kidneys make urine and transport the same to the bladder through the ureters.  The bladder consists of muscles that stretch to accommodate the urine