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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Urology / Nephrology Video Library-Part 4

Videos on Kidney Health, Kidney Stones, Overactive Bladder, Urologic Health from our comprehensive consumer health video library. Click any title to bring up our video window. If you find that the video window does not come up, please check that your browser has JavaScript enabled and is set to allow pop-up windows.

Recurrent Yeast Infections
Category: Urologic Health
While up to 75 percent of women will experience a yeast infection once in their lifetime, an unlucky 5 percent will have frequent, recurring episodes. Join our panelists as they tell us why yeast infections come back and what you should do if it happens to you.

OAB Treatment
Category: Overactive Bladder
It's no secret that our bodies change as we age, and some adjustments are unavoidable. But urinary incontinence is one problem older people don't have to live with. Tune in to learn about treatment strategies that can help.

Overcoming OAB
Category: Overactive Bladder

Urinary Incontinence
Category: Urologic Health
Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing and frustrating problem that affects millions of adults in the United States. Many think it's just a consequence of aging, but in fact there are a variety of causes that can affect younger adults as well. Tune in as our guests discuss the different types of incontinence and why they occur.

Treating Urinary Incontinence
Category: Urologic Health
When people start having the symptoms of urinary incontinence, they're often too embarrassed to talk about it, even with their doctors. But incontinence isn't something you have to live with, and a simple doctor's visit can make a big difference. Join our experts as they discuss the importance of diagnosing incontinence and treating it.

Penile Pump Expectations
Category: Urologic Health
For many men suffering from erectile dysfunction, the solution to their problem lies not in medications or sex therapy but rather in a surgically implanted device called an Internal Penile Pump.

Penile Pump Implants
Category: Urologic Health
Since its invention, the internal penile pump has helped over 250,000 men suffering from erectile dysfunction. Choosing this option is a major decision and many are concerned about its long-term effects. Join our panel of doctors, patients and a partner as they share their post-operation experiences with the penile pump.

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Category: Urologic Health
If you're a sexually active man, the idea of losing your ability to have intercourse may be hard to imagine. But erectile dysfunction (ED) affects millions of men. What are the causes of this widespread condition? How do you know if you have erectile dysfunction -- and whether the cause is biological or psychological? Join our panel of experts and patients for a candid discussion of this sensitive issue.

Treating Erectile Dysfunction
Category: Urologic Health
By now, ViagraTM has become virtually a household name. But there are many possible causes of erectile dysfunction and various treatment options for each case. How do you and your doctor determine which is best for you? If you or your loved one is suffering from erectile dysfunction, join our panel of experts as they address the different strategies for making sexual intercourse a possibility again.

Blood Pressure and Kidneys
Category: Kidney Health
It's no secret that high blood pressure, or hypertension, is a serious medical problem. But most people think hypertension is mainly a risk factor for heart attack or stroke. In fact, unchecked high blood pressure might also put you in danger of developing kidney disease. Join our panel as they discuss the dangers of high blood pressure, and offer measures you can take to cut your risks of developing kidney disease.

Peritoneal Dialysis
Category: Kidney Health
As little as 40 years ago, a diagnosis of total kidney failure meant that death would soon follow. But thanks to major advances in medical technology, patients with kidney failure are living longer and healthier lives. Join our panelists as they discuss a life saving medical procedure called peritoneal dialysis.

Via: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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