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What is urinary tract antispasmodic?

What is urinary tract antispasmodic?

Controls bladde urge: Urinary antispasmodics are medications or supplements that control bladder spasms, which may occur due to bladder irritation caused by multiple of things, one of which can be an infection. ...Read more

Dr. Stephen Scholand
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Urinary (Definition)

Any subject, be it anatomy, physiology, or object pertaining to urine. For example: urinary tract (anatomy), urinary catheter (object), ...Read more


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Which bacteria can colonize the urinary tract?

E. coli...: Urinary tract infections typically occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract through the urethra and begin to multiply in the bladder. The most common utis occur mainly in women and affect the bladder and urethra. Infection of the bladder (cystitis) can be caused by e. Coli, a type of bacteria commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract but can also be caused by many other types of bacteria. ...Read more

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Is there a link between sciatica and urinary tract?

Is there a link between sciatica and urinary tract?

Possible: Some of the nerves exiting the spine will go to the urinary tract and can control some functions of the tract. Sometimes when these nerves are injured you may have trouble urinating or even have accidents because you cannot control the stream. ...Read more

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What does scarring on kidneys and urinary tract mean?

Chronic infection: The presence of chronic infection in kidneys, ureters and stones may create serious irritations of these truck urges. This chronic illness is often missed in women and create scarring. One needs to receive prompt and effective treatment for this problem from a trained urologist and infectious disease doctor. ...Read more

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Can the bladder be the last stop of the urinary tract?

Can the bladder be the last stop of the urinary tract?

No: The urine has to exit somewhere. Either out of the urethra past the bladder or an ileostomy if the urinary tract is diverted to the intestine. ...Read more

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Its is mild lumbar ;evoscoliosis part of urinary tract?

Its is mild lumbar ;evoscoliosis part of  urinary tract?

No: Levoscoliosis refers to a curvature in your spine. It is distinct and separate from the urinary tract. ...Read more

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How long can I keep a Foley catheter in for urinary tract?

How long can I keep a Foley catheter in for urinary tract?

Here are some ...: To make patient catheter-free should be the primary goal of caring for bladder dysfunction if any possible. But, few patients still need permanent use of indwelling catheter. If so, good catheter care without tension or kicking of catheter is essential, and the frequency of catheter change has been arbitrary without rigid rule, but maybe ranging from once every 2 to 10 weeks or even longer... ...Read more

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Stringy white mucose in urine and pain in the urinary tract?

Stringy white mucose in urine and pain in the urinary tract?

Infection: These symptoms point towards an infection. You need to see the Doctor and get examined and testing done, so the appropriate treatment can occur. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Antispasmodic (Definition)

An antispasmodic (synonym: spasmolytic) is a drug or a herb ...Read more


Dr. Bernard Seif
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Urinary Tract (Definition)

Kidney ureter bladder urthra. ...Read more