Kidney Stone Treatment

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What Are Kidney Stones? Kidney stones are small solid mineral masses that form inside of the kidney. Stones often consist of calcium, oxalate, and phosphorus minerals that are left over after the body takes what it needs. These left over minerals make their way to the kidneys to be washed from the body in the […]

How Incontinence is Diagnosed and Tested

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Urinary incontinence is a condition that effects millions of men and women in the U.S. every year. The condition can often come on unexpectedly and quickly interrupt your daily routine. But you do not have to live this way. Speaking with a Blue Ridge Urological doctor about your incontinence is the first step in diagnosis […]

Managing Incontinence for Men and Women

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Incontinence, or involuntary leakage of the bladder, affects over 25 million Americans. Risk factors for developing incontinence can include a history of bladder or urethral trauma, multiple pregnancies or menopause in women, and a history of prostate cancer in men. Once your Blue Ridge Urological doctor identifies the root cause and type of your incontinence, […]