Most women do not need to worry about preventing urinary incontinence. This problem can be treated once it begins.
If you are considering whether or not to have a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) and if this surgery is not essential, you should know that urinary incontinence is more common in women who have had a hysterectomy.
Estrogen replacement will not reduce your likelihood of developing urinary incontinence, although doctors once thought that estrogen could help. It is used...Read more
Previously I have discussed options for treatment of incontinence, including overactive bladder, and options one may have other than taking... Read more »
While it is arguably almost expected for women to have some degree of urinary incontinence, based on physiology and other factors, that is... Read more »
You may have spotted a brief news report in recent years about stem cell research conducted in Austria and more recently in Canada for... Read more »
Recently, a very interesting and promising article was published in Lancet, a very respectable medical journal. The article describes a... Read more »