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Results of a recent study comparing Botox to sacral neuromodulation for urge incontinence show that, while onabotulinumtoxinA produces slightly better results, it increases the risk for adverse effects
It can be embarrassing to tell your doctor you have bladder control problems. The good news is that eight in 10 women who seek treatment find relief.
Men and women suffering from overactive bladder find that eliminating just one “trigger” food or beverage from their diet will greatly ease the symptoms of incontinence.
Recovering bladder control following a prostate procedure can be a slow process that may take months. Try these approaches to help manage incontinence.
Those same injections used for Hollywood frown lines may be the answer to your incontinence.
Stress incontinence can be caused by and continue after pregnancy.
A new device that helps women correctly exercise pelvic muscles has just been released to the public.
How serious is blood in the urine, and what should you know before seeing a doctor?
One of the most common physical dysfunctions in MS is urinary incontinence (UI). Here are some tips on how you can deal with this - from different medical treatments to physical therapy.