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Bladder and Kidney Health
Bladder and Kidney Health
People don't like to talk about losing bladder control, even to their doctor. Fortunately, in most cases bladder control problems can be treated. Bladder control problems, (urinary incontinence or leakage), has many causes and can happen to anyone. One in ten people over age 65 has bladder control problems.
For women, pregnancy and childbirth, hormonal changes, and the structure of their urinary tract can contribute to bladder control problems....
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) causes destruction of the kidneys. It is progressive and irreversible.Your kidneys are an essential part of...
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Urinary incontinence is a loss of control of the bladder. In some cases, it may result in a total loss of the bladder's contents or it may...
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Loss of bladder control is called urinary incontinence. In most cases urinary incontinence can be treated and controlled, if not cured.
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Learn the risk factors for kidney disease and how to keep it at bay.
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Urinary incontinence is loss of bladder control. It can happen at any age to men or women. However, it is more common in older adults and...
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Find out the short term and long term causes of urinary incontinence. Learn about treatment options and...
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