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Bladder Control Issues and Hysterectomy

Tori Hudson, N.D., Medical Director for Women’s Health Clinic Center, Author Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine One of the most common problems I see in my women’s health practice is bladder control issues and occasional urinary incontinence. In fact, nearly 40% of all women will be affected by occasional urinary incontinence at some point in their lives. While there are...

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Incontinence Hysterectomy

Urinary Incontinence & Hysterectomy by Tori Hudson, N.D., Medical Director for Women’s Health Clinic Center, Author Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine One of the most common problems I see in my women’s health practice is urinary incontinence. In fact, nearly 40% of all women will be affected by urinary incontinence at some point in their lives. While there are numerous...

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Dr. Julian Whitaker On A Natural Supplement For Occasional Incontinence

Herbal Remedy for Occasional Incontinence By Dr. Julian Whitaker’s for Health & Healing — August 2005 Vol. 15, No. 8 (Abstract) BetterWOMAN Natural Supplement For Occasional Incontinence Contrary to popular belief, occasional incontinence is not an inevitable part of aging. Excellent approches to manage bladder control issues that I’ve written about in the past include Kegel exercises to strengthen the...

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Incontinence Drugs Linked To Memory Loss

Incontinence Drugs Linked To Memory Loss CHICAGO, April 17, 2008 (AP) Commonly used incontinence drugs may cause memory problems in some older people, a study has found. “Our message is to be careful when using these medicines,” said U.S. Navy neurologist Dr. Jack Tsao, who led the study. “It may be better to use diapers and be able to think...

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FDA Bladder Drug Ditropan Needs Stronger Caution

Johnson & Johnson bladder drug needs stronger caution: FDA staff April 9, 2007 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Johnson & Johnson’s <JNJ.N> bladder drug Ditropan needs stronger cautions about the risk of hallucination and similar problems in children and older patients, U.S. Food and Drug Administration staff said in documents released on Monday. The drug, also known as oxybutynin, already lists insomnia,...

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Herbal Remedy for Occasional Incontinence

By Dr. Julian Whitaker’s for Health & Healing — August 2005 Vol. 15, No. 8 (Abstract) BetterWOMAN Natural Supplement For Occasional Incontinence Contrary to popular belief, occasional incontinence is not an inevitable part of aging. Excellent approches to manage bladder control issues that I’ve written about in the past include Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and...

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Natural Solutions for Female Bladder Control Issues

Originally Published in Life Extension – January 2004 by Romy Fox Once out of diapers, we take for granted the ability to control our urination. For decades, the flow starts and stops on command. We can ignore the urge for hours if necessary, and we are absolutely dry between bathroom visits. Some women—only a small minority—have a problem with suddenly...

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Lack of Bladder Control and Stress-Related Urinary Leakage

by Maria Esposito for SeniorCitizensMagazine.com * Please see editor’s at the end of this article. Americans have become a people who are fascinated with baring all. It started with the talk show circuit where guests felt the need to reveal some hidden secret to their poor unsuspecting friends or mates in front of a studio audience and an even larger...

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Options to Help Women’s Bladder Control Issues

by Jeanie Lerche Davisf for WebMD Feature — May 5, 2003 reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD We’ve seen the TV commercials. When you gotta go, you gotta go, go, go. But make no mistake, it’s no laughing matter. Occasional urinary incontinence happens to millions of Americans – and up to 25% of women are affected by it. “It’s an enormously...

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