Urinary Issues Directory
Urinary tract problems and injuries can range from minor to more serious. Sometimes, minor and serious problems can start with the same symptoms. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about types of urinary issues and their causes, symptoms of urinary issues, treatment of urinary issues, and much more.
Urinary Retention (Inability to Urinate) Treatment
WebMD explains emergency steps to take when you cannot urinate.
Why Do I Pee So Much At Night?
The need to pee at night is a widespread problem that becomes more common as you age. WebMD explains the causes and what might help you to hold it in.
WebMD explains bladder spasms in children and adults, including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.
Arthritis Medications: NSAIDs, Steroids, Narcotics, Topical Treatments, and More
Learn more from WebMD about various drugs used to treat arthritis, from NSAIDs to chemotherapy.
Urinary Incontinence in Women: Tips to Help You Manage It
You don't have to just live with urinary incontinence; simple changes like these can help you take control.
At Work With Incontinence
Incontinence can unsettle your work day. Try these tips to get through long meetings and business lunches.
Female Incontinence: The Emotional Toll
Female incontinence is physical, but it can also have a psychological impact.
6 Diet Changes to Help You Manage Urinary Incontinence
Adjust your diet, and your urinary incontinence may improve. Find out which foods and drinks to avoid.
Preventing Bladder Infections
Urinary tract infections can be painful and uncomfortable. Women are especially prone. Learn how to prevent UTIs.
Living With Urinary Incontinence
Like millions, Mary Lou Retton has urinary incontinence. There are no medications, but pelvic muscle exercises often help.
What Are Kegels?
Laura Corio, MD, explains what Kegel exercises are and how they help women.
What’s The Brain-Bladder Connection?
What part does your brain play in peeing?
Slideshows & Images
Incontinence: Tips to Help You Go Less
Embarrassed by your incontinence? Use these tips and treatments to avoid accidents and cut down on bathroom breaks.
Incontinence in Men: Treatment and Management
Male incontinence can be embarrassing, but it's treatable. Learn about the causes and treatments of urinary incontinence in men.
Urinary Incontinence in Women
Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is a frustrating problem for more than 13 million Americans, most of them women. Here's a look into the symptoms, causes, and treatments of stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and overactive bladder (OAB) in women.
Slideshow: Myths and Facts About Your Bladder
How much do you think you know about overactive bladder (OAB)? WebMD helps you sort out some common myths.