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    AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less Dietary Supplement – Helps Control the Need to Go to the Bathroom* & Reduce Occasional Urgency* – Supports a Good Night’s Sleep* – Naturally Sourced - 54 Capsules
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    • Around the clock bladder support
    • Helps manage occasional urgency complaints
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    Biovy Stronghold Bladder Control Dietary Supplement (1 Pack of 60 Capsules)
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    • HIGH DOSES OF THE MOST POTENT NATURAL INGREDIENTS FOR BLADDER CONTROL - Stronghold Bladder ControlTM contains 4 natural ingredients with the most scientific backing to help with bladder control and strong urinary flow and have been long used for this purpose. You'll get high doses of pumpkin seed oil, saw palmetto, buchu leaf and cornsilk. StrongholdTM includes the superior water-soluble version of pumpkin seed oil, shown to be give more support for a strong bladder than other versions.
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    • SAFE & EFFECTIVE - At Biovy we source the highest quality ingredients and go to great lengths to make sure our bladder control supplements meet the highest safety standards. We follow strict FDA guidelines and GMP compliance standards for optimal results.
    • NATURAL SUPPORT FOR YOUR BLADDER - Each ingredient in our formula was specifically chosen by licensed doctors to help provide you the most effective support for healthy bladder control. They're all natural and healthy, so you'll get a healthy support for urine flow. Keep passing urine smoothly, no matter where you are.
    • INGREDIENTS PROVEN TO EFFECTIVELY SUPPORT HEALTHY URINE FLOW - It's important to maintain a healthy urinary flow for your overall bathroom comfort. Stronghold Bladder ControlTM is a premium supplement that contains a high dose of pumpkin seed oil. Research shows that this remarkable substance is the best possible natural support for healthy, strong urinary and bladder flow.

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Lifestyle changes can help relieve urinary incontinence symptoms

Dear Doctor: I'm 58 years old and have begun leaking urine. Once it was while I was at exercise class and another time when I sneezed. I've never had children, so why is this happening? What can I do?

Dear Reader: First, we'd like to reassure you that you're not alone. Urinary incontinence is quite common among women of all ages. Up to 45 percent of women will experience some degree of urinary incontinence, or UI, during their lifetimes. That's twice the rate of UI as occurs in men.

Urinary incontinence is when, because of a lack of bladder control, urine is accidentally released. Although UI falls into two main categories — stress incontinence or urge incontinence — some women will experience a combination of both, known as mixed incontinence.

Stress incontinence is when physical movement places pressure on the bladder and causes urine to leak. Urge incontinence is the strong and sudden need to urinate, followed immediately by involuntary bladder contractions that cause it to empty. With either type of incontinence, how full the bladder is doesn't matter.

what kind of medicine can u take for bladder control?

I have no bladder control when i am drunk.


Delanogirl

The best advise is to consult your doctor

The major types of medications used to manage urinary incontinence are anticholinergics, alpha-adrenergic agonists and estrogen. Other options include the antidepressant


Delanogirl

The best advise is to consult your doctor

The major types of medications used to manage urinary incontinence are anticholinergics, alpha-adrenergic agonists and estrogen. Other options include the antidepressant


Don't get me wrong. But I think it's obvious that you shouldn't let yourself drunk in order for you to fix the problem. You don't need any medicine if you only experience incontinence whenever you're drunk. Unless even though you're not drunk, that's

What medicine should I take to control overactive bladder?

I think my bladder is only "overactive" because of all the caffeine/coffee I drink, but I'd like to make sure.
I'm quitting caffeine (coffee).

It would be best if you could recommend an over-the-counter medication.


Your MD (DO or PA) may prescribe an anti-diuretic to help stop frequent urination. The body has its own anti diuretic in the form of a hormone (Anti-diuretic Hormone, aka ADH); but substances such as alcohol inhibit ADH (which is why you find it you have


There currently aren't any over the counter medications that treat overactive bladder. If the problem doesn't resolve itself in a day or so after you lay off the caffeine, you should see a doctor.


Your MD (DO or PA) may prescribe an anti-diuretic to help stop frequent urination. The body has its own anti diuretic in the form of a hormone (Anti-diuretic Hormone, aka ADH); but substances such as alcohol inhibit ADH (which is why you find it you have