26th Aug, 2022
Overactive bladder (OAB) can quickly go from a nuisance problem to a serious road block to enjoying life. While the biggest indication that you're dealing with OAB is whether you've begun making lifestyle accommodations, here are three commons signs of an overactive bladder, plus where to get treatment if you're in Reno, Nevada. Signs of Overactive Bladder Increased urination frequency, increased urgency, and leakage of urine…
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19th Aug, 2022
Could a 45-minute procedure done today reduce the risks of pregnancy, labor, and delivery even years later? This is an important question researchers have examined with respect to weight loss surgery. Here's what we know about whether metabolic surgery makes pregnancy safer. Obesity and Pregnancy Pregnancy is an exciting time — a time for celebration, preparing for life change, but also concern because there are health…
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12th Aug, 2022
Gastroparesis is a chronic debilitating disease that presents with symptoms of nausea, vomiting, bloating, early fullness after eating and upper abdominal pain. Along with these symptoms, an objective finding of delayed stomach emptying on specialized imaging and absence of mechanical obstruction on endoscopy are both required for a formal diagnosis. The mechanism of cellular and molecular breakdown that leads to gastroparesis has been elusive and complex,…
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5th Aug, 2022
At Nevada Surgical, we spend a lot time sharing information about incontinence. Contrary to conventional wisdom, losing bowel or bladder leakage isn't merely a symptom of growing older. And unlike medications or adult diapers, which are designed to treat symptoms of these conditions, sacral neuromodulation is a proven treatment that addresses the root issues. SNM is one of the best-kept secrets in modern medicine, but…
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