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Urinary tract infections are a common problem, affecting both females and males of all ages. The infections occur when bacteria enters the urinary system and travels into the bladder, where urine is stored. The bacteria then proliferate, leading to uncomfortable symptoms. Men may develop a urinary tract infection during treatment of urinary incontinence problems, when…

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Common Causes of Urinary Tract Infections

Causes of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)- Men's Liberty

CAN GUYS GET UTIS? Causes of Urinary Tract Infections: Although urinary tract infections (UTI) are far more common in women than in men, certain factors put some men more at risk of getting a UTI than others. A UTI occurs when bacteria is formed inside the urinary tract that cannot get expelled like it normally would upon…

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Common Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections

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URINARY TRACT INFECTION: MALE SYMPTOMS It’s important to be aware of the symptoms of urinary tract infection so you can be properly diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. Left untreated, a UTI can cause damage to your kidneys and cause pyelonephritis, a serious kidney infection.Some of the common symptoms of UTI in males include: Not all…

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How to Prevent UTIs in Men

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MALE UTI: SYMPTOMS AND CAUSES If you think you have a male urinary tract infection or male UTI, a proper diagnosis from your doctor will need to be made so you can get the correct treatment. You can begin by describing your symptoms, which usually include pain, frequent urination, leaking urine, and/or lower back and abdominal…

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Condom Catheter: What is a Condom Catheter And How it is Used

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As you may already know, there are several different types of catheters – suprapubic, urethral, intermittent, and condom. Factors like patient’s symptoms, conditions, and how long they must wear the catheter determine which catheter is the best option. A condom catheter, as the name suggests, is an external device that is worn exactly like a…

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Male Urinary Incontinence: Hidden Dangers of CAUTIs


Using a urine collection device is one of the best ways to manage male urinary incontinence. However, if you are not careful about the device you choose to wear, you might be at risk of developing catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs). What Causes CAUTIs?  In fact, there are several reasons why using indwelling catheters…

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Men’s Liberty: How to Deal With CAUTIs

How to Deal With CAUTIs

Catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) affect hundreds of thousands of men every year. It is the most common type of urinary tract infection you can acquire in a hospital setting. Data shows that the US healthcare system spends over $340 million every year towards the treatment and management of CAUTIs. Thankfully, CAUTIs – like…

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Male Urinary Incontinence: Does Cranberry Juice Help With UTIs?

Cranberry Juice Help With UTIs

Male urinary incontinence is a problem which affects millions of people in the country every year. Incontinence caused by urinary tract infections is particularly common among older men. One of the commonly suggested treatments for urinary tract infection is cranberry juice. Does Cranberry Juice Help With UTIs? Let us take a look. Can Cranberry Juice…

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Male UI Catheter: How Blood in The Urine is Tested And Treated

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Blood in the urine – a condition that doctors refer to as hematuria – is a problem that affects a large number of men in the world. Research shows that nearly 30% of adults are at risk of developing hematuria at some point in their lifetime. If the presence of blood in the urine is visible…

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How Do I Know If I Have a UTI?

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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are more common in women, but men can experience them too. UTIs will happen when bacteria infect the urinary tract. These infections often come from the skin or rectum and can occur anywhere along the male urinary tract, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra.

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