Managing fluids is one step toward better bladder control - Harvard Health Publications
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As many as 32 million American women and men have some degree of incontinence—the unintended loss of urine or feces that is significant enough to make it difficult to do ordinary activities without frequent trips to the restroom. The most common causes of incontinence are childbirth and aging in women; prostate disorders and their treatment in men. Treatments include exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor, fluid management, medications, and surgery. For people with urinary incontinence, fluid View full resource at health.harvard.edu
Tags: Urinary System, Incontinence, Healthy Living, Men's Health, Women's Health, Childbirth, Bladder Dysfunction
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