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Screw the Apple Watch. This is the most personal device ever. vSculpt maker Joylux recommends vaginal rejuvenation therapy for women who have had multiple children and/or menopausal woman who want stronger bladder control, enhanced vaginal sensation and improved sexual health and wellness. The vSculpt 

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Look beyond antibiotics for recurrent infections

Both men and women can have kidney or bladder stones, which is a risk factor for recurrent infections. Depending on the situation, Good diet, control of blood pressure and quitting smoking (if appropriate) are other powerful ways to reduce risk. So

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Study indicates sleep aids may lead to dementia

of 7 years. Over the period of the study, 797 participants developed dementia with 637 developing Alzheimer`s disease. The most commonly used medications were tricyclic antidepressants, first-generation antihistamines, and bladder control medicines.

Male incontinence should not be ignored despite shame

Male incontinence, more often than not, relates to bladder failure. In younger men, the symptom can signal neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis. In older men, it can point to bladder failure, which is caused by an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer. Male incontinence can also be a result of prostate surgery or nerve damage caused by existing health conditions such as diabetes.

Regardless of the reason for incontinence, it is an issue that can have a significant impact on a man’s emotional, social, and physical well-being. Dr. Gaker has witnessed the impact first-hand with patients who have suffered for years before making the decision to address it with a physician and seek help to resolve it.

“So many men do not talk about it,” says Dr. Gaker, who practices with Premier Health Specialists. “I worked with a nurse whose father had prostate cancer surgery eight years ago and all she noticed was a box of Depends on his dresser.”

Men may experience incontinence in a variety of ways. The different incontinence conditions are characterized as urgency (a sudden urge to urinate), stress (the need to empty the bladder caused by stress placed on the organ), functional (incontinence caused by a physical disability), overflow (when the bladder doesn’t completely empty) and transient (a result of a urinary tract infection).