Bladder Erasers  Urology Gift - Urologist Giveaways

You know dentists give kids little toys and prizes? Wouldn't it be great if your urologist gave you parting gifts, too? We think our new baby bladder erasers would make a fab door prize from your doc! If you'd like to erase interstitial cystitis, these are perfect for raising awareness for the bladder and its many issues. If you've got an event table, these can serve as awesome and ridiculous prize wheel gifts. Of if you need weirdly specific potty training incentives... Oooh, the possibilities are endless! Now if you'll excuse me, I've been going on so long I gotta go to the bathroom.

“Diuretic” is just fancy talk for “Gotta pee!” ☕️☕️☕️💦💦💦 

Medically speaking, diuresis is a condition in which the kidneys filter excessive amounts of bodily fluids and increase the production of urine. A diuretic is a substance, like coffee or water pills, which stimulates this urine-producing function.

A medical condition called polyuria is the excessive and frequent passage of urine. It can be an indicator of diabetes mellitus, and occurs in other conditions such as: polycystic kidney disease, sickle cell disease, pyelonephritis (kidney infection), amyloidosis (deposits of a substance called amyloid in the kidneys), Sjogren Syndrome, and myeloma. Quite a bladderfull!

You can get your own diuretic-free bladder plush in our shop.

i-love-guts-printed-by-jakprintsI've been taxing my poor printer by forcing it to churn out our little What Do Guts Do? poster, so I'm excited to tell you (and my LaserJet 2605dn) that we're printing it professionally so it'll be bigger and better! We're expecting these giant 18 x 24 posters any day now and were pleased to get a sneak preview from the Jakprints blog. Apparently the poster made the folks over there newly appreciate the pancreas and all it does to regulate your sugar levels. My friend's six year old helped me go over the artwork, and he understood most of it (he is not only very bright, but has been looking at our guts ever since he was a baby), i.e. why the kidneys are in the bathtub, why the bladder is watering the plants, why the spleen is beating up germs, why the lung is playing the trumpet, etc. Only when he got home, he gave us a call and wanted to know why the uterus was riding a bicycle. We expect these any day now, so check back soon!
whatdomygutsdoYour body is up to all sorts of hijinx all day long -- isn't it time you learned a little something about it? Check out our fun new mini-poster that shows the guts in action and debriefs you on each organ's main function. Marvel over the intestine as he unloads his dump truck, enjoy the pancreas and gallbladder as they indulge their respective sweet tooths (should I say sweet teeth?).