Urinary System

Female Urethral Itchiness Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions
An itchy urethra in females is a symptom from an inflamed urethra. This condition is usually caused by urethritis or a yeast infection. Women who have an irritated urethra may also be experiencing burning when peeing, or itching around the vaginal area. Read below for more information on what causes female urethral itchiness and treatment options.

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Female Urethral Discharge Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions
Female urethral discharge is usually the first sign of an infection known as urethritis. The causes of white particles in urine, or mucus in urine, is known as gonococcal urethritis, which can also cause pain and burning in the urethra. Read below for more related symptoms, causes, and treatment options.

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9 Causes of Frequent Urination
The most common cause for frequent urination include urinary tract infections. Male frequent urination can be caused by enlargement of the prostate and women who have frequent urination may be pregnant or experiencing menopause. Read on for more information about causes and treatment options.

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Are You Urinating Too Often? 12 Causes of Frequent Urination in Women
If you’ve been finding yourself taking more trips to the bathroom than usual, read this guide to discover the most common reasons for excessive urination in women.

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Urinary Traction Infection Diagnoses and Symptoms

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What You Need to Know About Painful Urination

Why does it hurt when you pee? Painful urination, also known as dysuria, is commonly caused by issues in the urinary tract that results in burning sensation when urinating, or increased frequency to urinate. A urinary tract infection, urethritis, a yeast infection, and sexually transmitted infections are some of the causes of painful urination. Read below for more related symptoms, other causes, and treatment options.

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Dark Brown Urine Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions

Dark brown urine is usually a sign of an underlying medical condition and should always be checked up by a doctor, especially if you experience painful urination or there is blood in the urine. Bacterial infections of the urinary system, certain antibiotics, eating large amounts of fava beans or severe dehydration are some of the main causes for urine to turn brown. Below we will review causes for dark brown urine, remedies at home, and tests needed to be performed at a doctor’s office.

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