Nancy Muller

Nancy wrote for HealthCentral as a patient expert for Incontinence.

Latest by Nancy Muller

Peyronie's Disease: What It Is and How to Manage It

Learn about the causes and symptoms of Peyronie's disease (also known as penile curvature) and how it may be treated.

OAB & Nocturia

Nocturia can be a disruptive condition that accompanies overactive bladder. Here are some ways to help treat and manage nocturia.

Sensitive Skin While Plagued with a Leaky Bladder? Try on Cotton!

Sensitive skin appears to be far more prevalent than many people suspect. A study published in 2011 in the International Journal of Dermatology, based on a telephone survey of a representative sample of the U.S. population involving 994 Americans (49...

Fall Prevention and Its Relationship to Safe Toileting

NAFC’s intern Megan Spradlin, headed to nursing school for her BSN this coming winter, did some research recently on fall prevention and its close connection to safe toileting.With Falls Prevention Month upon us, it is a good time to revisit this top...

Protecting Male Fertility, Especially When Enlarged Prostate Threatens

Men wishing to be fertile or improve their fertility for success in conceiving with a female partner are being warned of an increasingly wider array of behaviors and practices to avoid. Much of this was brought to readers’ attention in a recent issue ...

When Testosterone Therapy May Be Right For You

The two chief, adverse outcomes from treatment that men diagnosed with prostate cancer most often confront are erectile dysfunction (ED) and urinary incontinence (UI). Even a year following a prostatectomy, or surgical removal of the prostate gland, ...

Urodynamics Testing: What It Is and When You Need It

Urodynamics testing is an in-office procedure for men and women, typically in a urologist’s or urogynecologist’s office, to help determine how well the bladder is storing urine without leakage and how well it is emptying urine upon controlled demand. ...

When Constipation is the Enemy

Americans are notorious for spending outrageous amounts on laxatives and other remedies in their battle against chronic constipation. Product producers estimated that at least $725 million is expended yearly on the problem that plagues so many people...

Ovarian Cancer: Listening for the Body's Signals

I distinctly recall the advice, twenty-five years ago, of my own OBGYN when searching for a pediatrician as a first-time mother: find someone who listens to your child’s symptoms and who can diagnose a problem quickly and accurately from your input. ...