Urinary Incontinence

Types Urinary Incontinence and Effective Treatments

Nothing is worse than sneezing and wetting your pants in public. Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary loss of urine. Over 33 million Americans suffer from some urinary incontinence or bladder conditions, which often causes embarrassment for many. While...

Women’s Secret Health Concerns

"Do other women feel pain during sex?" "Should I be worried that I am bleeding so heavily?" "Is this normal?" "Am I normal?" Although these are common questions, many women are unwilling to discuss them with their doctors. Health concerns can range from quirks—is it...

Why Should I Do Kegels?

You’ve heard of Kegel exercises, but what do they do exactly? And, how important are they? These simple exercises can be one of your best defenses against incontinence and prolapse. Kegels strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, which control urine, hold your pelvic...

Urinary Incontinence: Types and Treatments

Nothing is worse than sneezing and wetting your pants in public. Okay, there are things worse than that, but it is embarrassing and inconvenient at least. Urinary incontinence — the loss of bladder control — is a common and often embarrassing problem. The severity...

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