urinary incontinence

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Synonyms for urinary incontinence

inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urination

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It's the most common type of bladder control problem in younger and middle-age women.
The research is the first to show that the technique enables people with SCI to recover significant bladder control for up to four weeks between treatments.
In a small experimental study, neuroscientists stimulated the lower spinal cord (through the skin) with a magnetic device placed at the lumbar spine.After only four sessions of mild magnetic stimulation spread out over four weeks, five male participants recovered significant bladder control.
The accompanying app allows patients to view and share their data with their health provider, track their progress, and follow simple steps to improve bladder control. By following Carin's and Wil's exercise programme for at least 10 minutes per day, users will see improvements in 5 to 8 weeks.
In the Spring 2015 issue, the article on bladder control was talking to me.
Shafique Ur Rehman Memon said that the Urinary incontinence (the loss of Urinary bladder control) is a common and often embarrassing problem.
The Solace Bladder Control System is a technology that addresses an underlying cause of stress urinary incontinence; the inability of the bladder to store urine during normal everyday physical activities without sudden increases in pressure.
"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."
Advanced Uro-Solutions is a developer of neurostimulation products for the treatment of bladder control issues.
She said: "Urinary incontinence -- the loss of bladder control -- is a common problem.
Bladder control issues are not only experienced by the elderly.
Intense bladder control education failed to improve bladder control among patients who underwent a radical prostatectomy as treatment of their prostate cancer.
AZO, THE URINARY AND VAGINAL HEALTH BRAND FOR WOMEN, wants to give consumers the freedom to "Go-Less." The Cromwell, Conn.-based division of i-Health has launched AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less to address the specific challenge of occasional urgency and frequency.