Tag: Urge incontinence

Report Incontinence to Your Doctor

Urinary incontinence (UI) can have a significant impact on a woman’s quality of life, especially if she begins avoiding activities and situations due to concerns about urine leakage. A recent study suggested that women with the problem tend to get less exercise—and that’s unfortunate, since other research suggests that exercise

Most Common Health Problems in Elderly People

Most Common Health Problems in Elderly People

Certain conditions or disorders can develop as we age that impact our quality of life and ability to live independently. Here, we take a look at the most common health problems in elderly people—conditions always worth monitoring.

Osteoarthritis: Sometimes called “wear and tear” arthritis, osteoarthritis is characterized by a loss of

Don’t Let Inflammatory Bowel Disease Restrict Your Activities

Severe diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloody stools: These are just three of many manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Although these symptoms can be uncomfortable and disruptive, most people are able to keep their disease in check. In fact, chances are good that you know someone with IBD, but you don’t know

Q & A: Arthritis; Bladder Control; Dementia

Q. Should I wear a knee brace for my arthritic knee while exercising or will this further weaken the knee joint?
A. If pain from your arthritic joints is impeding your exercise, a brace can allow you to do more with less pain. Generally, wear the brace only when you require

Prostate Cancer Therapies: Surgical Options

Prostate Cancer Therapies: Surgical Options

Surgery for prostate cancer is a common treatment choice for men who are in good overall health and who have early stage prostate cancer. This would include men whose prostate cancer is localized to the prostate (stage T1 or T2 cancers) or to the prostate and seminal vesicles (stage T3

Incontinence Issues: When You Have to Keep Going

With between 13 and 17 million adult Americans experiencing urinary incontinence—and half of those affected being women—the loss of bladder control may seem just an irritatingly normal part of aging. And if you have arthritis, the urge to keep going can become even more of a nuisance.
While arthritis does not

Causes Of Urinary Incontinence

Q. What are some causes of urinary incontinence, and what can be done about them?

A. Incontinence is not a typical result of growing older, but may result from a physical condition such as arthritis, infection, neurologic disorders, or diabetes. Overall weak muscles, combined with a weak pelvic floor, also can

Reduce the Impact of Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence (UI) can have a significant impact on a woman’s quality of life, especially if she begins avoiding activities and situations due to concerns about urine leakage.
“UI is very common; one in three women have it. But, for many women, UI is a hidden condition because it is a

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