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Gout and the Connection to Kidney Stones

Gout and the Connection to Kidney Stones

by Stephanie Meadows
Uric acid is a chemical produced when the body breaks down a substance called purines, which are found in the food and drinks we consume on a daily basis. For example, purines are found in beer, liver, anchovies, beans, peas, snack foods, sugary drinks, shellfish, etc. Uric acid usually dissolves into our blood and travels to the urinary tract, and into the kidneys. From the kidneys, it goes to the bladder, where it is removed from your body during urination.

The Complete Guide to Kidney Stones

The Complete Guide to Kidney Stones

by Stephanie Meadows
The need to go to the bathroom is a natural and vital function of the human body, so that excess waste products and toxins can be flushed out and eliminated that the body doesn’t need. This is why we need to urinate regularly. If you don’t pee frequently or hold it in for long periods of time, this can be detrimental to your body, especially the kidney’s, possibly leading to the formation of kidney stones.

Unexpected Causes of Male Infertility

Unexpected Causes of Male Infertility

by Yenny (SU)
Infertility is a difficult, yet fairly common subject. In reality, it affects around 15 percent of married couples. The number of male infertility cases is still on the rise. The condition of fertility is characterized as a reproductive system disorder, resulting in couples having the inability to conceive a baby, after up to a year or longer after of having sex on a normal basis.

How to Talk to Your Husband about ED?

How to Talk to Your Husband about ED?

by Stephanie Meadows
Communication is truly the foundation of any successful relationship, whether it be personal, business, etc. Knowing this, communication and trust are the foundations of a good intimate relationship. If there is no trust or communication, the relationship is often destined to fail. Well, communication is also an important part of maintaining a healthy sexual relationship with your partner, because it affects your overall physical and mental well-being. That’s why it is important to be able to talk with one another about any problems, especially when it comes to experiencing erectile dysfunction.

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