Nocturia – the frequent need to pee at night – is among the most common symptoms of an enlarged prostate (BPH). Learn why it happens and what you can do to help.
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If your urine looks or feels suspicious, should you blame a medical goblin?
We understand if you do, especially this time of year. The extended darkness and cooler temperatures of Halloween season tend to make us more cautious, and that could extend to health. But if going to the bathroom is spooking you, there may be reasons beyond a potential illness. It could be an innocent change in bodily function.
The trick is knowing the difference between a condition you can manage yourself, and one that requires a doctor.
Here are four common urinary symptoms that, like the costumed children about to trudge to your door, are scary on the outside, but often harmless.
It’s easy to get worked into a fright when our bodies start acting differently, but sometimes there is no cause for alarm. If any of these symptoms persist after changing activities, if you have a history of health scares or if you just can’t shake that eerie feeling something isn’t right, call your urologist.
We should never be afraid of going to the doctor.
People get up super early to wait in line for a Black Friday sale, they arrive at the airport extra early to avoid missing a flight, and some will even finish a work project early just to get it off the desk. So why procrastinate one small act that could determine life and death? A…