Symptoms of oaveractive bladder (OAB) and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are common and are overlapping, which can cause some confusion. This guide by Dr. Jay Motola can help you spot the difference, and get the proper treatment.
Based on your condition, certain products or supplies purchased to help with incontinence may be tax-deductible or qualify you for reimbursement
Fecal incontinence is caused by weakening of the pelvic muscle walls and/or nerve damage, and makes it hard for a person to control bowel movements.
If you have suffered from frequent urination, or other bladder control symptoms, you may have incontinence. But treatment is possible, and just a conversation away.