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OAB, Urge & Nocturia
Bladder botox for incontinence is a viable treatment for overactive bladder. It calms the nerves acting on the bladder muscles.
About Mixed Incontinenence and Treatment Options
Overactive Bladder or OAB affects millions, who think its part of aging. Learn how to conquer it.
Compression Socks: Surprising benefits from rest, sleep and less accidents.
Management of incontinence using urinary catheters is a short-term solution, but this is what you can do.
Adult bedwetting is different than nocturia, or getting up at night. What you can do.
Stress Incontinence & Kegels
Yoga for Pelvic Floor health can help you stop incontinence naturally.
Doing Kegels with weights can help you identify which muscles to squeeze correctly.
Leaking urine doesn't mean putting your life on pause. Sooner you treat the better.
Leaking urine during strenuous activities (running, box jumps, etc.) may occur, but it's not normal.
1 in 4 women can't do them correctly, so what are your alternatives?
Vaginal mesh surgery sounds scary. Doctors say it works. What are the risks?
Everything you need to know about bladder or urethral sling surgery, also known as pelvic mesh.
Nervous about what they do in pelvic floor physical therapy? Everything you wanted to know.
When Kegels don’t cut it, consider these 5 Kegel alternatives to improve pelvic floor health.
Other Pelvic Floor Disorders
What to expect after giving birth. The unmentionables that all pregnant women should know.
Everyone plans for the baby, but what about mom’s recovery? If you have a plan, recovery can be speedy.
All about fecal incontinence, the leaky bowel treatments, and how a healthy pelvic floor can help.
Leak occasionally, but don't have "incontinence"? What that means and the 5 myths.
Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) may not be a familiar term, but you will want to know symptoms of the three basic ones.
Leak urine? Learn about the types and severity of incontinence, plus treatment options that work.
Living with Incontinence
Women's health means taking charge of your bladder health. Understand the bladder and what you can do.
Its easier to stay indoors, but managing leaks is easy with planning so that you can be adventurous outdoors.
After the pandemic, are you itching to travel again? It can be tricky. Here are 7 smart Tips for traveling with incontinence.
Nearing menopause? Weight gain doesn't have to be inevitable - learn what you can do.
Menopause can contribute and worsen incontinence as women’s bodies age.
Learn 4 ways to stay dry this winter.
You’ve heard that alcohol and incontinence don’t mix. Here are the facts.
Have extra FSA dollars? Here are some creative ways to max out your FSAs and HSAs.
Don't want to spend money to treat incontinence? You already are.