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Urinary Health

The Latest Articles About Urinary Health


Many women with chronic UTIs want to know if sex can actually cause UTIs. Don’t let chronic UTIs get in the way of your sex life. In this article Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog provides readers with the five best ways to reduce your risk of UTI’s.

UTIs and Sex: Five Best Ways To Reduce Your Risk

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a chronic problem for some women. For sexually active women, UTIs and sex can be especially problematic. The main reason for this increased risk? Women have a shorter urethra– the tube that carries urine …

The truth is males can get UTIs. Read this blog to discover the causes and ways to prevent male UTIs.

Can Men Get UTIs? Causes and Prevention

A UTI (urinary tract infection) is an infection of any part of your urinary tract including your prostate, urethra, bladder, ureters or kidneys. You may be asking yourself, “Prostate? Can men get UTIs?”

In this article, we answer …

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Prostate Health Changes: What Every Man Should Know

Your prostate health changes as you age. During adolescence, as testosterone levels increase, your prostate grows to roughly walnut size. The prostate gland secretes seminal fluid for supporting sperm flow and is crucial to reproductive health.

A second growth period

Bladder health is seldom a top concern until the bladder stops working properly. Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog gets to the bottom of bladder health by answering pertinent questions around the topic.

Bladder Health Q&A: What You Need To Know

Your bladder health is not something you think about until your bladder stops working properly. The bladder is a hollow organ that holds the urine produced by your kidneys. It is also an organ that changes as we age. Bladder …

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UTI in Pregnancy: 5 Things You Should Know

In the US, ½ of all women will experience urinary tract infections (UTI) at least once in their lifetimes. A UTI occurs when bacteria invade the organs and tissues of the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra). Women are

low-oxalate diet

Beginner’s Guide to the Low-Oxalate Diet

Oxalate is a naturally occurring substance found in plants and animals. It is found in certain foods that you eat and is also made in your body. Most people do not need to be concerned about the oxalate in their …