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Geriatrics Information Center

Urinary Incontinence Poses Burden to Long-Term Care

The researchers found that of the 62% of residents with urinary incontinence, 40% were always incontinent and 81% used incontinence products for urinary incontinence.


Simple way to prevent incontinence

High levels of physical activity are independently related to a lower self-reported prevalence of urinary incontinence in a community-dwelling population aged 70 years and older. Each of the 676 subjects participated in an extensive health interview. A self-reported single-item questionnaire was used to estimate different levels of physical activity. The prevalence of urinary incontinence was…
Practice Management Information Center

5 Lifestyle Changes That May Help Overactive Bladder Symptoms

Patients with overactive bladders may experience stress, embarrassment, and a lowered quality of life. However, there are a number of lifestyle changes they can implement that may lessen their symptoms. Making some small changes can be easier than patients realize. What are some changes patients can make?
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Botox approved for specific form of urinary incontinence

The FDA has approved onabotulinumtoxinA (Botox) injection for treating urinary incontinence in patients with neurologic conditions such as spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis, who have overactivity of the bladder.
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