Category Archives: Urology

What is sand pouring?

What are the symptoms of sand pouring? Sand pouring is a common ailment today due to changes in diet or lifestyle. It is stated that 10% of people in a society shed sand at least once in their life. Today, the presence of the disease can be understood in the urinalysis performed as a result… Read More »

The Hidden Danger Awaiting Vacationers: Pool Cystitis

The Hidden Danger Awaiting Vacationers: Pool Cystitis Don’t let your vacation turn into a nightmare. Pools that do not have the necessary conditions for health and sometimes seawater can cause urinary tract infections. The most common complaint among pool infections is shown as “pool cystitis”. What is cystitis? Cystitis; is an inflammation of the bladder… Read More »

Urine Burning-Dysuria

Urine Burning-Dysuria while urinating-What is dysuria? Urine Burning – Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Dysuria, which is often defined as painful urination, that is, a burning sensation while urinating, is most commonly caused by bacterial infections of the urinary tract. In the absence of infection, a burning sensation may… Read More »

VESICOURETERAL REFLUX

VESICOURETERAL REFLUX Normally, some mechanisms allow the urine to be expelled from the bladder in one direction during urination. Vesicoureteral reflux is referred to as a part of urine to escape towards the ureter and/or kidneys during urination due to malfunctions in this mechanism due to any reason. The most common cause of renal failure… Read More »

Urinary Incontinence Problem in Children

Urinary Incontinence Problem in Children  Wetting at inappropriate times in childhood is a common situation and constitutes 40% of the patients who come to the pediatric urology outpatient clinic. This situation can manifest itself only as nocturnal incontinence or urinary incontinence both day and night. Normally, children provide nighttime urine control at the age of… Read More »

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Gonococcal Urethritis (Gonorrhea) The causative agent of gonococcal urethritis is Neisseria gonorrhoeae, a gram-negative diplococcus. Incubation (incubation period) usually ranges from 3-10 days, although the time required for symptoms (s) to develop may be as short as 12 hours or as long as 3 months. The most common cause of gonococcal urethritis… Read More »

What is crystal in urine?

What is crystal in urine? How is it diagnosed? What are the symptoms? What should be the crystal rate in the urine? How to prevent crystals in urine? Urine is a very good and beneficial way of removing substances that need to be excreted from the body. Waste materials are mixed with water and removed… Read More »