By getting a genetic test for complement 3 glomerulopathy (C3G), you can discover the likelihood of passing on the disease while identifying potential treatments. A nephrologist explains how it works.
There’s a lot of advice out there about what to eat with kidney disease. And if you’re balancing other conditions, too, it can get very hard to follow. A nephrologist shares two golden rules.
Clinical trials may not be for everyone, but they offer potential solutions and push research forward when it comes to rare diseases like IgA nephropathy and C3G.
A kidney disease diagnosis like IgA nephropathy or C3G can be scary. But IgAN and C3G don’t mean you have kidney failure and need to go on the renal diet. A nephrologist explains what you can expect with IgAN and C3G.
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Peeing when you sneeze, cough or laugh can be embarrassing. A urogynecologist explains how treatments like pelvic floor exercises and surgery can help you regain bladder control.
When people think of Botox®, most think of cosmetic or plastic surgery. But Botox injections can be used to treat urinary incontinence and overactive bladder symptoms, too. Are injections right for you?
If late-night urinating is keeping you up, there may be several causes — as well as ways to stop it from happening.
Does your urine ever smell a little … well, stinky? It’s probably just a sign of dehydration or something you ate, but it could also be a warning about a larger health issue. Learn more from a urologist.
Bladder problems are common in men and people assigned male at birth. If you’re making frequent pit stops, it hurts to pee or you find blood in your urine, here’s why you need to tell your doctor.
Vasectomies are considered permanent sterilization, so you may not realize that it’s possible to reverse yours, if you want to. Learn more about this increasingly common surgical procedure.