Ureaplasma is a bacteria that is commonly found in people's urinary or genital tract. It is parasitic, which means it needs a host, such as a human or animal, to survive. Ureaplasma bacteria are part of the body's bacterial population, and they live in balance, without causing a problem, in most cases.

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is an embarrassing condition that is widely underreported. It has negative impacts on a woman's social well-being and overall health. SUI can be easily diagnosed and treated through open patient-provider communication and screening measures.

By anatomical definition, haemorrhoidal arteriovenous vascular plexuses are normal structures that surround the distal rectum and anal canal and are present from birth. Because of their rich vascular supply, highly sensitive location and tendency to engorge, haemorrhoids become symptomatic when enlarged, inflamed, thrombosed or prolapsed. Symptoms...

Erectile dysfunction is defined as the incapability of achieving or maintaining sufficient penile erection to experience satisfactory intercourse. The prevalence of erectile dysfunction increases with age, and it mainly affects men aged >40 years. Erectile dysfunction is estimated to affect 322 million men worldwide by 2025, and erectile...