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Turners Syndrome

Turner syndrome or Ullrich-Turner syndrome encompasses several conditions, of which monosomy X is most common. It is a chromosomal disorder in which all or part of one of the sex chromosomes is absent (unaffected humans have 46 chromosomes, of which 2 are sex chromosomes).

Typhoid and Paratyphoid Enteric Fevers

Typhoid and paratyphoid enteric fevers are water-borne diseases that cause infection of the intestinal tract and blood stream. Symptoms include fever, constipation or diarrhea, headache, and enlargement of the spleen and liver.

Join our online group on typhoid and paratyphoid enteric fevers to learn more about these diseases.

Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis is an inflammation of colon or the large intestines. It is thought to be caused by the immune system attacking the body, and it is not contagious. It causes chronic and bloody diarrhea.

Join our online support group for people with ulcerative colitis. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.

Undescended Testis

An undescended testes is a testes that has not descended into the scrotum from the abdomen, where is formed before the baby is born. It is a common defect of the male genitalia, and about 4% of new born boys have the condition. But most of them will recover without intervention by the time they are one year old. If the testes does not descend by this time, a careful medical evaluation is advised.

Find more information about this condition and consult other parents and experts by joining our online group on undescended testes.

Urinary Stone Disease

Urinary stone disease happens when crystals form in the urine and coalesce to form a stone. The stones get lodged in the urinary tract and can cause a lot of pain. Men are more likely to suffer from urinary stone disease.

Join our online group on the urinary stone disease and learn more by asking questions, getting answers from experts, and sharing experiences.

Urinary Stones In Children

Children also develop urinary stones, though more rarely than adults. Too little water and too much salt in the diet, besides congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract, cause urinary stones in children. Urinary stones can be painful, but small stones sometimes come out by themselves with medicines and high fluid intake. Larger stones need to be removed surgically.

Join our online support group for families of children with urinary stones. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.

Urinary Tract Infection

A urinary tract infection is a bacterial infection of any part of the urinary tract – the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Usually a urinary tract infection causes pain, fever, and discomfort, but is easily treated – unless it spreads to the kidneys.

Join our online group on urinary tract infections to get more information about this disease.

Urinary Tract Infection/Vesico Ureteric Reflux

Urinary tract infections can be caused by bacteria infecting any part of the urinary tract – the kidneys, ureters, bladder, or the urethra. The happen more to females than males, usually because of bacteria migrating from the anus to the urethra. The main symptoms are pain or burning during urination, cloudy or bloody urine, lower back pain, and fever.

Join our online group on urinary tract infections. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.

Urology Paediatric Emergencies

If you notice your child has a swollen scrotum, swollen penis, masses in the scrotum or labia, blood in the urine, or has not passed urine for some time, you need to immediately see a urologist or a pediatric urologist. This is an emergency.

Join our online group on pediatric urology emergencies. Ask questions, get answers from experts, and learn more.

Vaginitis / Vaginal Infections

Vaginitis is the medical term for inflammation of the vagina. The inflammation can be caused by yeast or bacterial infections, sexually transmitted diseases, changing hormone levels during menopause, or allergic reactions to soaps or fabric.

Learn more by joining this online group on vaginitis.





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