What does quinine do for the bladder?

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Answered: Bladder surgery using bovine

Bovine what? Bovine is an adjective indicating a relation to cattle. The biological subfamily Bovinae includes a diverse group of 10 genera of medium to large sized ungulates , including domestic cattle , the bison , African buffalo , the water buffalo , the yak , and the four-horned and spiral ...

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If you are experiencing incontinence, or the inability to control your bladder, there are a wide range of treatments, from medications to bladder suspension surgery that can help. Source: www.grmedcenter.com

Answered: How to make weak bladder muscles

I'm assuming you want to make weak bladder muscles strong. One way is to take an herbal remedy. There are quite a few herbs that can really help with bladder control--such as pumpkin seed and soybean extract. The pumpkin seed is especially effective at making bladder muscles stronger. If you want to ...

Answered: Reoccuring feline bladder infections led to chronic renal failure?

Sorry...earthclinic.com..also, people mentioned using yogurt.

Answered: Can an allergic reaction to quinine produce blood in semen?

Blood in semen is more likely caused by a varicocele, which is a varicose vein (or more specifically, a group of veins). Varicoceles are a common problem for young men. Nonetheless, this should be checked by a doctor. There are simple outpatient treatments available that do not even require ...

Answered: Where can I. Buy quinine water?

Look for Tonic Water in the soft drinks and mixers. Check the label and it should say quinine.
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