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Urinary Tract Diseases
Normally, urine transfers through your urinary system without any contamination. Still, bacteria can get into the urinary system from outside of the body, producing problems like infection and inflammation.
Any infection can happen in different parts of your urinary tract. Each type has a different name, based on its location
The urinary tract makes and stores urine, one of the body’s liquid waste products. The urinary tract includes the following parts:
These small organs are located on back of your body, just above the hips. They are the filters of your body — removing waste and water from your blood. This waste becomes urine.
The ureters are thin tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to your bladder.
A sac-like container, the bladder stores your urine before it leaves the body.
This tube carries the urine from your bladder to the outside of the body.
What should you do if you see Blood in urine?
urinary tract infections and kidney, bladder, or ureter stones are frequent causes. In men, blood can also come from an enlarged prostate. Cancer of the urethra, bladder, or kidneys also may also show up as blood in the urine.
If you have blood in the urine, you should contact your physician immediately.
Why I need to go to bathroom frequently?
an urgent need to urinate, and pain or discomfort in the abdomen, you may have a urinary tract infection, enlarged prostate or stone presence. If urinary frequency interferes with your lifestyle or is accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, back or side pain, vomiting, chills, increased appetite or thirst, fatigue, bloody or cloudy urine, or a discharge from the penis, it’s important to see your doctor.
Why do I feel a burning sensation during urination?
A burning feeling after peeing is usually a symptom of a problem somewhere in the urinary tract. Urethral stricture disease, prostatitis, and kidney stones are possible causes of this symptom, and they are all curable.
It could be beneficial for a person to pay attention to other symptoms and seek medical advice if a problem lasts for more than a few days.
Why is my urine weak?
Slow urine flow, or a weak urine stream, can occur in people of both sexes. It most commonly occurs in men, especially those over 50 years old. Other possible causes of slow urine flow are prostate or bladder cancer, blockage along any part of the urinary tract (from kidneys to bladder to urethra), neurogenic bladder dysfunction, frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs), and any other conditions that cause scarring or damage to the urinary tract.
What is the Uroflow test?
A urine flow test calculates the speed of your urine flow over time. This will help you and your urologist understand how well your lower urinary tract is working, and to determine if there is a urine blockage. This test entails peeing into a funnel that has a measuring instrument, which calculates the amount of urine, the rate of urine flow, and the amount of time until you have finished urinating.
After examination and any tests needed, your urologist may help you identify medications or lifestyle changes that can help with your urinary flow.
What should you do if you see (cloudy) Pus in urine?
Pyuria can cause the urine to look cloudy or as if it contains pus. Pyuria can occur as a result of many different conditions. It is most commonly caused by a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection), which is an infection in any area of the urinary system, including the kidneys, ureters, urethra, or bladder.
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Meet The Doctor
Dr. Osama JaberMEDICAL DIRECTOR
GERMAN BOARD OF UROLOGY (FACHARZT)
Dr. Osama Jaber studied medicine in Germany, where he received his Doctor of Medicine title on June 13, 1997, then spent the next 6 years specializing in the field of urology and successfully obtained the title of “Facharzt” (Consultant) on March 22, 2003 by the Westfalen-lippe Medical Association Public Body in Munster Germany.
His professional career steadily developed starting as an assistant physician at the Ministry of Justice Hospital in Fröndenberg, Germany then in St.Elisabeth Hospital in Iserlohn, then Urologist Physician Facharzt in Marien Hospital Erwitte, Germany where he acted as operator and surgeon in practically all important small and medium standard urological surgeries.
Dr. Mohamed ElKhoulyConsultant Urologist
Dr. Mohamed Elkhouly is a European board-certified Urologist. Born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt – Dr. Elkhouly attended University of Alexandria and earned his MBBCh degree in 1994. He completed his Postgraduate Training in Urology at the Mansoura Urology and Nephrology Center between 1996 and 1998. In 2002, he received his Master Degree in Urology from the prestigious Cairo University and, perusing a more challenging career in Urology, Dr. Elkhouly travelled to Malaysia where he concluded an advanced robotic and laparoscopic training program in the eminent Hospital ‘Sultanah Aminah’ (600 bed capacity).
Internationally, Dr. Elkhouly obtained his Fellowship of the European Board of Urology (FEBU) in 2006 and that was followed by the Clinical Endourologic fellowship from Heidelberg University in Germany in 2008.
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