Category: Bladder

For a Better Bladder

Women 65 and older who suffer from both incontinence and the bone-thinning condition osteoporosis experienced significant bladder benefits from 12 weekly physical therapy sessions, according to research from the B.C....

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Bladder-Control Help

Kegel exercises, which strengthen the pelvic-floor muscles, can improve bladder leakage problems in both women and men. To do them correctly, empty your bladder. Then squeeze the pelvic muscles you would use to stop the flow of...

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Living With Bladder Problems

Embarrassment or fear of an accident is common if you have urinary leakage. However, various therapies, medications and bladder training can help you gain better control over your bladder. Your doctor or urologist can help put...

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Bladder Cancer (Types that may form)

Three types of bladder cancer may form: Papillary tumors stick out from the bladder lining on a stalk. They tend to grow into the bladder cavity; away from the bladder wall, instead of deeper into the layers of the bladder wall....

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4 Symptoms Of OAB (Over Active Bladder)

If you have OAB, you may have any of these symptoms! Urgency: The sudden compelling desire to pass urine, which is difficult to put off. Frequency: The need to urinate more than 8 times in 24 hours (although this can vary among...

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You Can Outsmart Bladder Woes!

Do you often race to the bathroom, and worry you won’t make it?  Is your sleep suffering because you are jarred awake by that gotta-go sensation?  If so, you could have overactive bladder (OAB), a frustrating condition in...

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Is It Stress Incontinence?

It may be if—you leak when you cough, sneeze or exercise. Possible causes: Pregnancy, childbirth, or hormonal changes after menopaudse can weaken the muscles of the pelvic floor, which support the bladder, uterus and...

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Frequent Urination

Frequent urination is considered a symptom of various conditions, including diabetes. But what qualifies as “frequent”? In short, it’s a level that’s unusually frequent for you. Normal urinary frequency...

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Running To The Restroom?

It is no secret that your diet can affect your waistline. Turns out, it can also affect your bladder, especially if you have overactive bladder (OAB). The good news is, making a few dietary changes may be enough to solve the...

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