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Tips to prevent frequent urination leading to incontinence by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Jul 2010 4:20pm Making regular trips to the toilet to try to avoid incontinence episodes can be quite extremely tiring, not to mention frustrating. One of the problems with incontinence and/or frequent urination is that it sometimes has the effect of discouraging people from drinking sufficient fluids, which can then lead on to dehydration. Of course ... Read on »
Uroplasty Urgent PC Medical Device Using Neurostimulation Treatment for Incontinence - Study Released by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 9:00pm This is an interesting medical device from Uroplasty called the “Urgent PC” and requires a few treatments and they do a demonstration on the video below.  Patients with pacemakers or implanted defibrillators though are out of the picture for obvious reasons of potential interference.  I addition the site has a page on how to code for rei ... Read on »
Bowel Incontinence by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm The loss of bowel control, or bowel incontinence, affects up to 10 percent of adults, the majority of whom are women. Despite its prevalence, many women do not seek treatment, either because they are embarrassed to ask for help or just don’t realize that it can be effectively treated. Many women resort to altering their social and physical ... Read on »
Modern surgical management of faecal incontinence by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Fri 30 Sep 2011 8:23am Faecal incontinenceThe involuntary passage of urine or faeces. is a major social problem affecting between two and 15% of the population. The condition is known to increase with age and it is estimated that 16% of men and 26% of woman above the age of 50 years will suffer from faecal inc ... Read on »
Some answers to common questions about Incontinence by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Jul 2012 2:59pm Do women have incontinence more often than men? Unfortunately for women, yes. Urinary incontinence often occurs because of problems or weaknesses in muscles, support mechanisms and nerves that help to hold or release urine. Pregnancy and delivery, body changes associated with menopause and the way a woman’s female urinary tract is structure ... Read on »
Deeper effects of incontinence by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 05 Apr 2012 6:43pm It is already difficult enough to talk about incontinence to your doctor, but when this problem starts affecting your sex life… Far from being insignificant, the impact these little leakages have on sexual relations are still rarely brought up in the doctor’s surgery. However, managing incontinence properly will put these sex life woes to bed f ... Read on »
Fecal Incontinence by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Fecal incontinence is the inability to control your bowels. When you feel the urge to have a bowel movement, you may not be able to hold it until you get to a toilet. Or stool may leak from the rectum unexpectedly, sometimes while passing gas. More than 5.5 million Americans have fecal incontinence. It affects people of all ages—chil ... Read on »
Expert discusses different types of urinary incontinence by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Sep 2011 2:47pm Issue Codes Incontinence Products for Women There are two main types of female urinary incontinence , each of which has different symptoms and causes, according to Mark Slack, head of urogynaecology at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. Speaking on a recent edition of BBC Radio 4′s Woman’s Hour, Mr Slack told presenter Jenni Murra ... Read on »
Urinary and Faecal Incontinence Basics by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jun 2010 6:48am Although it might not be a subject you want to think about, if you are dealing with incontinence , the one thing you should not do is ignore it. Many have the incorrect assumption that nothing can be done to improve the condition but that is far from accurate. Incontinence is the involuntary loss of bladder or bowel control, i.e. the loss of ... Read on »
Incontinence a symptom of severe Alzheimer’s by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 May 2011 8:59am Tweet Incontinence is often a symptom of severe dementia in older people, an expert has explained. According to Dr Pamela Tronetti, Alzheimer’s disease – one form of dementia – is a leading cause of death in the western world. However, as the neurodegenerative condition develops, incontinence is often one of many symptoms that carers wil ... Read on »