Drink More Water for Clear, Healthy Urine

Is Your Urine Trying to Tell You That You Are Dehydrated?

Why Urine Gets Dark When You are Dehydrated Your kidneys filter toxins and excess liquid from your blood, then stores the waste in your bladder. Urine carries this waste out of…

Menopause and Hormones

The Treatment and Prevention of UTIs

Your family doctor or OB/GYN can treat most urinary tract infections, but if you experience frequent recurrences or have a chronic kidney infection, you’ll probably be referred to a urologist,…

UTIs: Fact or Fiction?

  Urinary tract infections are painful and frustrating, and because as many as one out of every two women will suffer through a UTI in her lifetime, myths about their…

Do you have a UTI

Do You Have a UTI?

If you’ve ever had a UTI, there’s no mistaking the signs that another one is in progress. The burning sensation and persistent urge to empty your bladder even though you…

Treating Kidney Stones

Understanding Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

If you’re a woman, chances are very good – 50/50, in fact – that you’ve been treated for at least one urinary tract infection. The pain and disruption that a…

Considering a Vasectomy

Things to Think About When You’re Considering Vasectomy

Are you wondering if a vasectomy is right for you? The Urology Care Foundation reports that over 500,000 American men choose this permanent method of birth control every year. The…

A Discussion about Erectile Dysfunction

A Discussion About Erectile Dysfunction: Some Frequently Asked Questions

Erectile dysfunction is difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection long enough to engage in sex. People used to use the word, “impotence”, but most healthcare professionals use the term, “erectile dysfunction”.…

Ebstein's anomaly

How a Urologist Can Help With Your Kidney Stones

When you schedule your kidney stone consultation with a Revere Health Urologist, you’ve availed yourself of the best possible patient-centered care in the state of Utah. You’ll be treated with…

Treating Kidney Stones

Treating Kidney Stones

If you’ve been playing a “wait and see” game with what you suspect might be a kidney stone moving through your urinary tract, these symptoms indicate that it’s time to…

Kidney Stones -- Are you at risk?

Are You at Risk for Kidney Stones?

The lifetime risk of developing kidney stones is 8.8 percent in the United States. This condition has many different causes, and often there is not one specific factor that urologists…