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For many patients, incontinence can be treatable

Dr. Carlos Gabriel points to the pelvic parquet muscle that contracts while doing Kegel exercises for better bladder control at the Better Bladder Center at Relationship Clinic in Winter Haven. Wednesday December 21, 2011 By ROBIN WILLIAMS ADAMS WINTER HAVEN

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New Hope for MS Patients MS symptoms register the loss of physical skills, sensation, vision, bladder control, and intellectual abilities. In the monthly Cell Stem Cell a study describes how insulating layers that mind nerve fibers in the brain, known as myelin sheaths,

The CareGiver Partnership Offers 3 Dietary Rules for Managing Incontinence

Compacted stool can prime mover nearby bladder nerves to become overactive, increasing urinary frequency. Insoluble fiber helps move stool and is found in vegetables, wheat bran and other whole grains, nuts, beans and berries. Soluble fiber helps soothe the

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"Laparoscopic abrasion bladder cases cause a lot of pain, and the residual gases from insufflation can enrage the diaphragm." Procedures involving surgery at multiple sites, such as contemporaneous plastic procedures, might also best be treated with opioids

Incontinence After Childbirth: Why French Moms Don't Pee When They Sneeze

For many moms in North America, incontinence of varying degrees is simply our reality. Post pregnancy, we pee a little when we laugh, when we sneeze and pretty much whenever we take part in a jarring activity (hello, jogging). We've largely accepted our fate and rely on liners or incontinence pads to avoid embarrassing situations.

But a recent post in The Guardian revealed that we don't have to live this way. In fact, women in France largely don't suffer from incontinence like their North American sisters.

What is their miracle cure? French women are prescribed physio for their pelvic floor post-childbirth.

All this leaking is actually called " stress incontinence ." And it affects nearly one in seven women worldwide .

According to Baby Center: "Normally, your nerves, ligaments, and pelvic floor muscles work together to support your bladder and keep the urethra closed so urine doesn't leak out. Overstretching or injury to these areas during pregnancy or childbirth can cause them to stop working properly."

bladder control/nerve hurts?

i don't mean to be offering to much, but i recently lost my virginity (VERY safe, condom, no diseases) and a week later, i literally peed in my pants, like i couldn't control it which i usually can, very easily. i was about to go and it wouldn't stop.


First of all, you should not panic. These sorts of problems are very common, although people don't talk about them much. A single episode of incontinence (loss of bladder control) does not mean you've got a lasting problem (in fact, that's very unlikely).


i think what your trying to say is you have a UTI, urinary track infection...if so, go to the dr quickly to et antibiotics which will make your birth control stop working while on them. These are extremely common so no worries, just go potty after you


hmm I have never heard of such things. But since you are sexually active you should be making an appointment with a gyno, do this asap and mention your issues to them.

The nerves controlling the muscles of the bladder are damaged.Whats the most likely consequence?

A.Decreased urgency to urinate
B.Inability to urinate
C.Incomplete expansion of the urinary bladder
D.Complete contraction of the urinary bladder

It's a question pertaining to the reproductive and urinary systems of


It really depends on where the nerves are damaged. There's a center in your brain that can be damaged, there's upper neurons, and there's lower neurons. Damage in different areas have different results. If it's damage in the lower neurons, then there


It really depends on where the nerves are damaged. There's a center in your brain that can be damaged, there's upper neurons, and there's lower neurons. Damage in different areas have different results. If it's damage in the lower neurons, then there