urinary incontinence

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  • noun

Synonyms for urinary incontinence

inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urination

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In OAB, these nerve signals do not communicate effectively with your brain resulting in bladder control problems.
Medtronic continues to invest in fully implantable bladder control and bowel control therapies, and the addition of the Nuro system to our existing portfolio of products will introduce more people suffering from bladder control issues to the benefits of neuromodulation.
Medtronic continues to invest in fully-implantable bladder control and bowel control therapies and the addition of the NURO system to our existing portfolio of products will introduce more people suffering from bladder control issues to the benefits of neuromodulation.
The study, published in journal Jama Internal Medicine, showed people were at higher risk if they took at least 10mg a day of antidepressant doxepin, 4mg a day of diphenhydramine or 5mg a day of bladder control drug oxybutynin for more than three years.
Pregnancy puts pressure on the bladder and the urethra, and normal delivery further weakens the muscles needed for bladder control.
While it's more likely, though not inevitable, that you may lose bladder control as you get older, anyone can develop symptoms, at any age.
In both cases, the rats retained bladder control because researchers had snipped only halfway through the bundle of spinal cord nerves.
He said at the Alice Tully Hall premiere that he had to practice the power of serious bladder control, the New York Post reported.
Anderson had severe bladder control problems due to her multiple sclerosis condition.
The drug has been associated with an unexpected loss of strength, dysphagia, loss of bladder control, and respiratory problems that could lead to pneumonia or death.
We want the same attitude to apply to the various forms of incontinence and loss of bladder control.
It aims to provide support for the estimated 14 million people with a bladder control problem and 6.
is striving to end the stigmas associated with bladder control problems.
Women with bladder control problems can learn about treatments and techniques to help them manage their condition in a new resource from the National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NKUDIC), an information dissemination service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).