the important underreported problems that leads to serious impact on physical, psychological and social well-being. According to research urinary incontinence guideline panel UI is defined as involuntary loss or leakage of urine which occurs when bladder pressure surpasses urethral pressure (Porth, 2014). With a knowingly higher incidence in females than males, this syndrome is a combination of age related changes and pathology of genitourinary system (Workman & Ignatavicius, 2013). Considering the
already overactive bladder, which means it can increase urinary frequency Green 4 and urgency and may even result in urge incontinence. Caffeine can act on the bladder in several ways. One, it increases how fast urine is produced, which means your bladder fills up faster. Two, caffeine enhances the sensation and contractility of the bladder” (Is coffee good or bad for men’s health? Craig Cooper). Caffeine is not causing these things to magically appear, but if one already has an overactive bladder
Urinary Tract Infection and its Effect on the Body System Urinary tract infection also referred to as UTI is the second most common infection in the body. The urinary tract system in your body which includes the bladder and kidneys makes urine and carries it out of your body. When germs get into the urinary tract system an infection is typically formed. UTI’s are usually caused when unwanted bacteria enters through the urethra and begins to multiply (www.mayoclinic.org). The bacteria that are normally
little girl into the world. It was not an ideal arrival, and we certainly were not prepared for the inevitable chain of events that would occur. I remember the setting with such clarity and precision that it seems somehow unreal; a figment of an overactive imagination. It was around 11:20PM and I had been in labor for 17 hours. We were anxiously awaiting the moment we would finally get to meet our little girl. At 11:46PM, the doctor told me to give one more big push. I was so exhausted but determined
a healthy baby and a placenta which is no longer needed, so the latter is expelled just after the baby is born (afterbirth). In trophoblastic disease there is an abnormal overgrowth of all or part of the placenta, causing what is called a molar pregnancy or hydatidiform mole. The term seems strange but is similar to that used for a harmless growth on the skin, which is also called a mole. Although a hydatidiform mole is not cancer and rarely even becomes cancerous, it can behave in similar ways.