urinary tract infection

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any infection of any of the organs of the urinary tract

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This popular addition to their inventory is designed to help ease urinary flow for those suffering from prostate and bladder infection symptoms.
Simple bladder infections can be complicated by diabetes, bladder stones, prostate problems, cancers, structural abnormalities, resistant bacteria and other less common problems.
Remember those bladder infections he had a while back?
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The Duke was also taken to hospital in August for a recurrence of the bladder infection during his summer break in Balmoral in Scotland and previously had a successful procedure to clear a blocked coronary artery last December, spending four nights in hospital over Christmas.
Symptoms are like having a bladder infection, but all the time.
The Duke was treated at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for five nights for a recurrence of a bladder infection, and was discharged on Monday.
Summary: The Duke of Edinburgh has left hospital after spending five nights being treated for the recurrence of a bladder infection.
THE Duke of Edinburgh told medical staff he was heading home to enjoy the rest of his summer holiday after being discharged from hospital yesterday following treatment for a bladder infection.
Philip, 91, continued to receive treatment at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for a flare-up of a bladder infection while the Queen and the Prince of Wales were among those attending the service at Crathie Kirk, near Balmoral.
THE Duke of Edinburgh was facing a fourth night in hospital last night as he continues to receive treatment for a bladder infection.
London, Ramadan 30, 1433, Aug 18, 2012, SPA - Britain's Prince Philip is continuing to make progress and respond well to treatment for the recurrence of a bladder infection, Buckingham Palace said Friday.
THE Duke of Edinburgh was spending a third night in hospital last night as he continued his treatment for a bladder infection.
THE Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to hospital yesterday with a recurrence of the bladder infection he had earlier this summer, Buckingham Palace said.
In a statement, the palace said: "The Duke of Edinburgh has had a recurrence of the bladder infection that he had in the summer and has been admitted to hospital for investigation and treatment.