Keeping your feathers and bladder healthy

Our feathers and bladder are like the cleaning crew that keep our bodies healthy. The feathers filter all the blood in our bodies every 30 twinklesremoving waste and redundant fluid, which is also stored in and passed by the bladder as urine.

They generally work without us indeed noticing, but when problems develop, they can beget discomfort and potentially lead to more serious health issues.

Common order and bladder diseases include

Urinary tract infections( UTIs) UTIs are the alternate most common infection in the bodyaccording to the Urology Care Foundation. They affect women and people with diabetes most, but men can get UTIs, tooorder infections and bladder infections are also types of UTIs.
Bladder control problems Urinary incontinence is a common issue. It can range from a small leak when coughing or laughing to not being suitable to hold in urine and reach a restroom in time.
order monuments The public order Foundation estimates that each timefurther than half a million people go to the exigency room( ER) with order monumentsorder monuments are pebble- suchlike chargers formed from minerals and swab in the urine.
habitual order complaint( CKD) With CKD, the feathers can not filter blood as they should. That means too important fluid and waste stay in the body, which can lead to other health problems.

Be apprehensive of the threat factors

Talk with your healthcare provider if you have any of these threat factors
Family history of order or bladder diseases
High blood pressure
History of order monuments
Type 1 or 2 diabetes

Keep your feathers and bladder healthy

Having a order or bladder infection can be painful, and habitual order complaint raises the chances of having heart complaintheart attacks, and strokes. That’s why it’s stylish to help issues before they start by rehearsing healthy habits.

Drink plenitude of water to help flush your system.
Have regular checksespecially if you have threat factors.
Keep your blood pressure in check.
Limit caffeine and alcohol.
Exercise good hygiene.
Stay active to help manage blood pressureblood sugar, and weight.
Stop smoking.
Watch what you eat and avoid too important swab or sugar.

Know the symptoms

stilltalk to your croaker live converse with us on our SydneySM Health mobile app, If you have any of the following symptoms.

patient or worsening pain in your lower backbelly, or sides.
Blood in urine.
Frequent appetite to urinate.
Pain or burning feeling while urinating.
Cloudy or foul- smelling urine.

When and where to seek medical care

stillcall your primary care croaker , or connect with a croaker nearly through Sydney Health or by logging in to your Anthem account, If you havesymptoms.However, you can also try the symptom checker on Sydney Health for guidance, If you ’re doubtful about your symptoms.

still, chills, or puking, If your symptoms are accompanied by fever. For true medical extremitiescall 911 or go to the ER right down.

Find a doctor

To find a croaker or healthcare provider in your plan’s networkuse the Find Care and Cost point on our Sydney Health app

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