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Urinary Incontinence

Also called: Bladder Incontinence,

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She most likely suggested stopping the HCT part of the Benicar since the HCT refers to hydrochlorothiazide, a diuretic that helps lower blood...
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... A woman who has had one vaginal birth is more than two and a half times as likely to report stress urinary incontinence. Even during a first...
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Well, here's another reason to lose a few. If you are having urinary incontinence problems, you may find that losing some weight will make the...
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Many men face some dribbling at different levels after prostate surgery. Using condoms can be helpful for two reasons. It may help prolong erections...
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Dietary changes may help improve urinary incontinence, allowing you to regain bladder control. Eliminating alcohol, sweetener substitutes (those...
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Urinary incontinence is the accidental leakage of urine. There are four types of urinary incontinence. One of the most common is stress urinary...
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Although female urinary incontinence does occur more often in older women, you can take steps to minimize or even avoid the problem. Maintain a...
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Though we're all taught that drinking lots of water is healthy, overdoing it can actually lead to problems. Unless you're an extreme athlete, keep...
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In the early stages, female urinary incontinence is often reversible with simple lifestyle changes. Talk to your doctor about reducing caffeine...
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When you are not able to hold your urine until you can get to a bathroom, you have what's called urinary incontinence (also called loss of bladder...
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More than 13 million Americans experience urinary incontinence. However, women suffer from incontinence twice as often as men do. Both women and men...
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Stress incontinence: Leaking small amounts of urine during physical movement (like coughing, sneezing, and exercising). Stress incontinence is the...
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To diagnose urinary incontinence, your health care provider will first ask you about your symptoms, your medical history, and do a physical exam. You...
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Accidental loss of urine can be caused by extra weight. If you are overweight, diet and exercise may help you lose weight and may improve urinary...
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There are a number of ways to treat incontinence:Exercise: Simple exercises to strengthen the muscles that help hold urine, also called Kegel...
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