Male Stress Incontinence

Stress incontinence occurs when the bladder leaks during physical activity or exertion. When the muscles that control your urine flow aren’t working properly, activities like heavy lifting, running, or even coughing, sneezing, or laughing can cause stress incontinence. Normally, urine flows from the bladder to the urethra, to outside of the body. There is a…

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How do you avoid the risk of UTI?

risk of UTI

Incontinence can increase your risk of UTI or urinary tract infections. Learn more about symptoms, prevention and treatment options. How do I know if I have a UTI? Many men do not experience symptoms with UTI. Sometimes the clue is changing in urinary habits. When symptoms are noticeable, they include pain with urination, cloudy or…

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What caregivers should know about male urinary incontinence

know about male urinary incontinence

What caregivers should know about male urinary incontinence Urinary incontinence, or the involuntary leakage of urine, is a common and treatable medical condition. If you are caring for someone with incontinence, know that you aren’t alone. You should also know that there are things you can do to make life a bit easier. Here are…

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What’s All The Buzz About “B”?

B-vitamins

B-vitamins have become trendy.  There are B-12 injections to fight anemia and to boost your energy.  There are B-vitamins added to energy drinks.  Another popular form of B-vitamins are sublingual (under your tongue for fast absorption)!  And if you look around, you’ll find them added to or fortifying lots of other foods, drinks and supplements…

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