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Incontinence
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Loss of bladder control is embarrassing and can stop you from enjoying life to the fullest. Although it is a common condition, many people suffer in silence. Get the facts on urinary incontinence here. It can help put you back in control of your life.
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This Month's Health Feature:
Incontinence: Avoiding Triggers
Incontinence: Avoiding Triggers

Does coffee trigger a bathroom run? Learn how to avoid some common triggers of incontinence.

Types of incontinence

The most common types of incontinence are:

Stress incontinence

Stress incontinence is by far the most common type of incontinence, and it can be effectively managed, treated, or cured... READ MORE

Urge incontinence

Like stress incontinence, urge incontinence, also known as overactive bladder, can be very effectively managed. It is caused by damaged nerves sending signals to the bladder to contract, even when... READ MORE

Overflow incontinence

With overflow incontinence, you may feel as if your bladder is always partly full. And you may urinate only in small amounts or dribble urine... READ MORE

Mixed incontinence

Some people with urge incontinence also experience stress incontinence and visa versa, but this doesn't mean that the causes are necessarily related. Your health care professional can help you determine the causes and the best course of action... READ MORE




 



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