Both behavioural treatments and drugs can equally treat urinary incontinence

Know how to control urinary incontinence without surgery

An overactive bladder (also known as urge incontinence) causes a sudden urge to urinate, even when your bladder isn’t full. For some people, it’s simply a nuisance. For others, the urge can’t be controlled, which leads not only to incontinence but also to a potentially severe negative impact on their quality of life. Bladder training […]

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Scientists develop implantable device to treat overactive bladder

A beam of light may one day be the solution to an overactive bladder or urinary incontinence. An implant that uses LED lights to stimulate nerves has been found to restore bladder control in rats. People with bladder dysfunction experience frequent and uncontrollable urges to urinate before their bladder is full. The condition is caused […]

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Both behavioural treatments and drugs can equally treat urinary incontinence

Yoga can help prevent urinary incontinence in elderly women

“In spite of their age, the frequency of their incontinence and their lack of experience with yoga, these women were able to learn to practice yoga effectively through a three-month yoga program that involved twice weekly group classes with six to 10 other incontinent women,” said study author Dr Alison Huang. “And by the end […]

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