There are different reasons you might have male urinary incontinence, ranging from surgical side effects to overactive bladder. Fortunately, several treatment options can help relieve it. Incontinence happens when your bladder’s sphincter muscle is not strong enough to hold back the urine. It can also occur when your bladder muscles contract too strongly or your bladder gets … Read More
Discover the answer to questions that pique your curiosity in our Short Answer series. Women’s health practitioner Abigail Anderson, CNP, answers this one.
Is bladder leakage affecting your quality of life? Ask your doctor whether you need adult diapers, have a larger issue or whether treatment can help.
Over-the-counter bladder supports now available are helping many women take control of stress urinary incontinence. Find out more about how they help stop embarrassing leakage.
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If your overactive bladder medication isn’t working, don’t give up. Find out what other treatments you can explore.
If you’re experiencing urinary leakage, know that it is a medical problem and quite common among women.
Botox is best known for smoothing away wrinkles. But among its lesser known uses, onabotulinum toxinA can help relieve persistent pelvic pain when other treatments fail.
One in three women can involuntarily leak urine. This is not normal, and it’s not a normal part of aging. The good news is that this problem can be treated. Recently, new medical guidelines published by the American College of Physicians state that medical management should be a first-line treatment for leaky bladders. Some women … Read More