Learn how to deal with health issues women face.
Frequent urination is an inconvenient condition that can affect both men and women. It can disrupt one’s normal routine, interrupt the sleep cycle, and it can be a sign of an underlying medical condition. Most people urinate between 6 and 7 times over a 24-hour period. Urinary frequency can be defined as needing to urinate... Read More »
The formation of yeast infection begins when candida, yeast like fungus grows excessively in the areas like mouth, vagina or digestive tract. The infection can lead to nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. While these infections are rarely serious, you can avoid the discomfort they caused by changing your everyday habits to prevent yeast infections in the... Read More »
Antibiotics may not be the appropriate treatment for some urinary tract infections or UTIs, a recent study has suggested. UTI is a vague, overused diagnosis that may be applied to older adults who have no symptoms but may have bacteria in the urine and also may be experiencing confusion, falls, or other vague signs (including... Read More »