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Dealing with low back pain in adults

Low back pain is one of the most common disorders in adults worldwide. About 80 per cent of people have at least one episode of low back pain during their lifetime.

Factors that increase the risk of developing low back pain include smoking, obesity, old age, female gender, physically strenuous work, sedentary work, a stressful job, job dissatisfaction and psychological factors, such as anxiety or depression.

Low back pain can have many causes. However, most people (85 per cent) have “non-specific low back pain”, which is not caused by a specific disease or abnormality in the spine. Many people attribute their back pain to diseases related to aging or arthritis, although problems in muscles or ligaments, or other causes, may be equally responsible.

Rarely, back pain is caused by a potentially serious spinal condition, such as infection, fracture, or tumour, or a disorder which causes weakness and bowel or bladder dysfunction, as well as back pain. Back pain that is associated with leg pain can be due to a condition of the vertebral column or spinal cord.

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