Home > Medical > Kidney and bladder health > FAQs FAQs All sections in Kidney and bladder » About Kidney & Bladder » FAQs » Living with Kidney Problems » Medical Treatment » Kidney & Bladder News » Normal Kidney Function » Renal Nutrition » Kidney Failure Should men sit to pee? User response Hygiene remains a major problem in South African public toilets. A Taiwan government official recently advised all men to sit while they urinate. Here's what our users say: Should men sit to pee? In some countries men are being asked to sit down when they urinate. Do you? Would you? Will kidney failure affect my sexuality and fertility? Decreased libido can occur and loss of fertility during renal failure and dialysis can be distressful to patients. Follow Health24 on Twitter » Here's how this SA plant could cure your bladder infection What else we do on the loo Can kidney failure be cured? Acute renal failure is a serious condition but it may resolve in time and sometimes within days. Recovery also depends on the underlying cause and the treatment given. How long can I live with a kidney transplant? The donor kidney lasts from 5 to 10 years on average but there are some patients who had transplants up to 20 years ago. What happens if my new kidney is rejected? If your transplant fails you can be put on dialysis again until a new donor kidney is found. How long can I be on dialysis? You can be on dialysis for as long as it takes to get a kidney transplant or for the rest of your life. Is a kidney transplant a good option? Dialysis can be done for as long as it takes to find a kidney donor but the best long-term option is a successful transplant. What is end-stage renal disease? Also called end-stage renal failure, it is the point at which the kidneys cannot sustain life any more. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Salomon introduces Speedcross 4 Painmaster Microcurrent Therapy provides drug-free pain relief Update on Equazen acquisition by Flordis South Africa 2016 When lice just keep coming back!