incontinence


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Related to incontinence: Bowel incontinence, Faecal incontinence
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Synonyms for incontinence

a complete surrender of inhibitions

Synonyms for incontinence

indiscipline with regard to sensuous pleasures

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Its hands-free system makes disposing of briefs, pads, wipes, and other incontinence products quick, hygienic, and discreet.
and Japan remain the world's largest markets for adult incontinence, accounting for a combined 53% share of global incontinence volume and 46% of global value (U.
I want to make life easier for everyone with occasional incontinence.
All female patients 18 or older suffering from urinary incontinence (stress incontinence, urge incontinence or mixed incontinence) at 2 different incontinence clinics were included.
Stress incontinence is leakage when you cough, sneeze, laugh or exercise (which for some people may include gentle exercise like walking).
A major breakthrough for the management of incontinence has been the introduction and widespread use of a fecal management system known as Flexi-Seal [R] FMS (ConvaTec, Skillman, New Jersey).
Many otherwise healthy, active men, women, and children live with incontinence.
The only other difference between groups was that 39% of white women with incontinence reported pure stress incontinence symptoms, compared with 25% of black women.
Our main finding, which comes in particular from one huge trial, is that one type of HRT - systemic conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) - may make urinary incontinence worse," said June Cody, a methodologist at the Cochrane Incontinence Review Group at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.
To investigate the prevalence of urinary incontinence at six months postpartum and study how continence status during pregnancy and mode of delivery influence urinary incontinence at six months postpartum in primiparous women, researchers studied 12 679 primigravid women in the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study, all of whom were continent before pregnancy.
In a study of more than 400 women, those who were obese were four times more likely to suffer from urinary incontinence than were their normal-weight counterparts, after adjustment for demographics, medical history, menopausal status, parity, and number of C-sections.
Familial risk of urinary incontinence in women: population based cross sectional study.
Her facility spends more than $48,000 on incontinence products per year.
Stem cells taken from a woman's arm and used to rebuild a pivotal control muscle in her urinary tract can relieve incontinence, medical researchers report.
All long-term care facilities need to view urinary incontinence as a prevalent condition that requires operational, clinical, strategic, and interdisciplinary focus.