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Embarrassing Bladder Control Issues Often Curable

In factors, one in three women older than 60 is estimated to have bladder control problems. The good hearsay is that UI is treatable, and often curable. There are several kinds of UI. One of the most common is stress UI, caused by mediocre support of the urethra

B cell infiltration and lymphonodular hyperplasia in bladder submucosa of ...

Bladder mucosa biopsies from 12 patients and 6 controls were undeviating in Carnoy's solution and examined for T cells (CD3, CD4, CD8), B cells (CD79) and plasma cells (CD138). The tons of cells in a defined area of submucosa was determined by counting all

Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ...

Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ... Weight forfeiture can sometimes help in the case of stress incontinence, which happens when coughing, sneezing, jogging or other function leads to a loss of control of the bladder. But oftentimes, women must endure the inconveniences of urine leakage while

Treatments for urinary incontinence should be discussed extensively with a doctor

Treatments for urinary incontinence should be discussed extensively with a doctor In cases that don't be affected to medications, Snyder said nerve stimulation could help to control bladder spasms. The pick up where one left off result from requires a small electrode to be implanted in the sacral nerve of the needle, leading to a 50 percent improvement in urgency

Crating your dog

Crate training is a new idea for some people. Crates can be very useful. Dogs like small, enclosed spaces where they can go if they feel insecure or frightened or just wants to get away for a while. Your dog needs a place of his own where he can find comfort and solitude. It becomes his den, his place to sleep and hide from things that disturb him. Crates are good for both training and safety. If your dog is in his crate in your car, he is more likely to survive an accident and less likely to be the cause of one. Crating your dog on a schedule teaches him bladder and bowel control plus prevents him from teething on your good shoes.

Crates come in all sizes and kinds. It is easy to find one to meet your needs. The size you get depends on the size of your dog or the size he will become. He should be able to stand, turn around and lie down comfortably. You can easily screen off one end so he can’t eliminate at one end and then go to the other clean end. That could interfere with his house training. Make the crate inviting and put it in the main part of the house so he won’t feel isolated from everyone. When he goes near it or in it, praise him or give him a treat. You want him to get the idea that his crate is a great place to be. Start feeding him his meals in the crate. Leave the door open until he feels comfortable in the crate. Then start closing the door for a few minutes at a time. He will soon learn to stay in his crate after eating. Ignore him if he whines. Let him out as soon as he is quiet. Gradually increase the length of time he spends in his crate. When he has learned to consistently behave well unsupervised in the house, you can start leaving him out of the crate for longer and longer times. Proceed slowly. Most dogs like their crate, but not all take to it immediately. Make it a pleasant place for him.

when spaying a puppy can it help with house training or bladder control?

my mini aussie has a problem with controling her bladder, she gets too excited and pees or can't hold it for more than 3 hours and she's 7 months now. because of this problem its also very hard houstraining her, she still isnt house trained and we are


House Training


House training your dog is simple if you follow a few basic rules. Remember that puppies younger than 10 to 12 weeks have little control. Accidents will always happen when teaching puppies to be clean in the house.


I dont think spaying will directly help this, but spaying will help with other things down the road, and it will also help her avoid serious diseases like pyometra and cancer, so its definitley best to do it ASAP with any female.


I would not spray your dog, because you could be abusing her in her point-of-view. Just keep training it, and don't worry she'll get over it as long as you keep at it and show her you love her, and don't spray the dog, because it doesn't work!

bladder control?

i have been potty training my two year old son and he is doing pretty good. he always tells me when he has to go everything and overall going pretty good. my question is that whenever he tells me he has to pee i have to take him to the toilet within 30


This is totally normal for a newly trained kid. That is why I never rushed potty training because you have to know where every bathroom is and be within 30 seconds of it for quite a while until they get the hang of it. Obviously a challenge when at


youre doing better than me my almost 3 yr old screams when I put him on the potty


This is totally normal for a newly trained kid. That is why I never rushed potty training because you have to know where every bathroom is and be within 30 seconds of it for quite a while until they get the hang of it. Obviously a challenge when at