Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a misleading name for a common problem experienced by many women
Stress incontinence affects patients’ physical, mental and social health
'The major obstacle is the delayed ability to isolate the bacteria causing the infection'
For the majority with symptoms, simple screening will make sure there is no serious problem
Five-minute test measures biological markers in urine created by the breakdown of foods
Patient developed hyponatraemia from drinking too much water to help with urinary tract infection
Using a self-administered treatment via a mobile app called Tät for three months reduced symptoms, led to fewer leakages and improved quality of life among women with urinary incontinence, according to a new study.
The vast majority of women (93%) would be happy to undergo routine chlamydia testing during cervical screening in general practice, new Irish research has found.
Dr Sabina Tabirca, SHO in Cork University Maternity Hospital, and Dr Barry O’Reilly, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at CUMH and UCC, examine a new treatment plan for stress urinary incontinence that promises to revolutionise the management of the condition.
In prostate brachytherapy, the radiation source is placed close to the tumour, Gary Culliton reports in his latest Clinical Update.