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How to Treat Incontinence

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10 Things That Can Make Incontinence Worse

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Do you suffer from incontinence? You can cut down on symptoms by changing what you eat and drink.   View slideshow

MY STORY

How I Use Exercise to Fight Incontinence

After I had my second child in 2005 I was just a mess. My first child was born in 2003 by a C-section without any problems.
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Karen McCarty, a 41-year-old clinical secretary from Northern Virginia, first struggled with incontinence after the birth of her second child. Exercise has been key in controlling her constant urge to go, according to McCarty. She times her activity carefully to make sure she has time to go the bathroom between exercise classes.  Read More

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15 Must-Know Facts About Incontinence Surgery

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These days, operations to treat incontinence are often successful, covered by health insurance, and done on an outpatient basis. Here are key facts to know if you're considering urinary incontinence surgery.   View slideshow

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14 Places to Get Help for Urinary Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence can be an embarrassing problem. It's important to remember that you're not alone, and that there are health professionals and organizations that can help.   View slideshow

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11 Drugs Used to Treat Incontinence

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If you leak urine involuntarily, you may have urge or stress incontinence. (Urge incontinence is caused by muscle spasms or contractions while stress incontinence results from muscle weakness.) Here are 11 medications that may help.   View slideshow

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Incontinence? 13 Products That May Help

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Whether it's due to pregnancy or childbirth (if you’re a woman) or prostate cancer treatment (if you’re a man), the problem is something you’re probably working with your doctor to treat. But there are also everyday products that can help.   View slideshow

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12 Natural Remedies for Incontinence

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There are drugs and surgeries that may help incontinence, depending on the cause of the problem, but there are other options. Exercises, lifestyle changes, and possibly even some supplements may help. Here are 12 to consider.   View slideshow

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