Category: Bladder Health
Are you experiencing recurrent urinary tract infections as you use intermittent catheters? Check out some of our top tips for UTI prevention!
Dealing with incontinence or an inability to ‘go’ when you need to ‘go?’ You might have a neurogenic bladder. Learn all about this condition in our latest blog!
September is Interstitial Cystitis and Bladder Pain Syndrome Awareness Month. Find out more about this condition, its symptoms, and potential treatments from someone who has personal experience with IC.
Bladder is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers, so we feel it’s important to offer as much information as possible on this topic so any potential symptoms can be caught early. Learn more about bladder cancer with our latest blog.
If you use catheters or live with a spinal cord injury, it may be a good idea for you to see a urological specialist at least once a year. Learn why this is crucial, as well as potential risk factors for bladder conditions, in our latest blog.
Maintaining your urinary system’s health is important in any season, but here are some tips to help you maintain the health of your urinary system in the cold winter months.
November is Bladder Health Month. Learn more about the importance of your bladder as well as ways to maintain and improve its health with our newest blog post.
180 Medical employees have begun a water challenge to focus even more on our health. Learn more about the challenge as well as the benefits of drinking more water and eliminating sugary drinks and caffeine with our latest blog.
Curious about intermittent catheterization as an option for draining your bladder? Learn more about the benefits with our latest blog.
If you’re living with interstitial cystitis, you’re not alone. Get the resources and support you need here!
180 Medical employee shares her personal experience with Interstitial Cystitis and the IC Diet and how it has helped alleviate her symptoms.
One of 180 Medical’s own employees has been diagnosed with Interstitial Cystitis. Learn more about this condition and get helpful tips from someone with real-life experience with this bladder condition.