Urinary incontinence or the accidental leakage of urine can happen at any age. Here are some of the most common causes of bladder loss.
Over time, diabetes can lead to nerve damage or diabetic neuropathy. One consequence is incontinence, which can happen at any age. Because nerves send signals that communicate between the brain and urinary system, any condition that causes damage to the nerves can potentially lead to incontinence. Other health issues, such as Parkinson’s disease and stroke may also lead to incontinence.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Injury to the brain or spinal cord such as with combat duty, car accidents and sports-related accidents, is a common cause of incontinence along the lifespan.
Urinary tract infection
Urinary tract infections or UTI’s are not only painful, but they also cause irritation to the bladder. The irritation may result in urge incontinence or a strong need to urinate. Sometimes the urge is so strong the bladder releases involuntarily. UTI’s are easily treated with antibiotics, so call your healthcare provider as soon as you notice any troublesome changes to your urinary habits.
Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, obesity, and a sedentary lifestyle are all contributing factors to incontinence. Your doctor may be able to help you implement lifestyle changes to manage or eliminate your incontinence symptoms.
An enlarged prostate can block the urinary path, causing overflow incontinence. Prostate cancer is also associated with incontinence.
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Help for incontinence
No man welcomes incontinence, regardless of his age. That said, men should understand that incontinence should not be regarded as inevitable. Work with your doctor to address the problem in a way that is appropriate for the cause and your lifestyle. Many men choose Men’s Liberty Male External Catheter. Whether you are dealing with transient or long-term incontinence, Men’s Liberty can give you back the confidence to remain active and vital.
Why Men’s Liberty?
More than 3,000 insurance plans cover Men’s Liberty, including Tricare and Medicare. Our skin-friendly design is discreet, comfortable and secure. Men’s Liberty offers up to 24-hours of no-fuss protection, so you feel more like yourself.
Talk with your doctor
Men’s Liberty is appropriate for all types of the male anatomy. Unlike with other types of catheters, Men’s Liberty has had no attributable adverse effects among millions of users. You can safely enjoy worry-free days and nights. If you and your doctor determine that Men’s Liberty is right for you, a letter of medical necessity is all you need to start. Call today to learn more about how Men’s Liberty can help you get your freedom, confidence, and dignity back after bladder loss.