No one likes to talk about it, but lots of women deal with light bladder leakage. Don't just treat your symptoms - taking the time to understand common causes of bladder leakage can help you find the best long-term solution. Check out some of the most frequently cited reasons women deal with light incontinence.Read Full Story
As we get older, our ability to stave off disease weakens. That’s why taking preventative measures in youth is crucial to our overall health later in life. Bladder health is no exception. Maintaining a healthy, bladder-conscious lifestyle now can save you plenty of pain down the road. Here are a few things that affect bladder health.Read Full Story
Before you hit the doc's office to ask about bladder leakage, see if a few simple lifestyle changes could help stop the flow. Small changes can make a big difference when it comes to incontinence, so give them a shot - you just might be in for a pleasant surprise!Read Full Story
More than 40 percent of women will experience at least one urinary tract infection (UTI) in their lifetimes. However, UTIs aren't the only bladder issue that is of concern. Read on to learn more about UTIs, incontinence and bladder health at every age.Read Full Story
Bladder weakness is something that should be assessed by you and your doctor. It can be caused by certain diseases, or simply by the gradual weakening of pelvic floor muscles. Once you identify what’s causing your “dribbling,” it’s time to carry on with life as usual. Here are a few ways to make sure bladder weakness doesn’t get in the way of your day-to-day life.Read Full Story
You don't need to be ashamed of urinary incontinence. It's more common than you might think and can be very treatable. Because of embarrassment, incontinence is often underreported to medical professionals. However, it's estimated that at least one in three women experience bladder leakage, with some research saying the percentage is much higher. Though incontinence is extremely common, it's not considered normal or healthy by doctors and it doesn't have to be part of your life just because you are getting older.Read Full Story
Urinary incontinence -- involuntary bladder leakage -- is a distressing problem that can have a significant impact on your life. Fortunately, urinary incontinence can be managed and treated. Read on to learn about common bladder leakage, its causes and treatment options.Read Full Story
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