Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Incontinence Drug May Reduce Frequency of Hot Flashes

Urinary Incontinence Drug May Reduce Frequency of Hot Flashes

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Oxybutynin, an anticholinergic used to treat urinary incontinence, may provide breast cancer survivors with an alternative treatment option for hot flashes, according to new research.

Urinary Incontinence Common in Women Over 50 Years

Urinary Incontinence Common in Women Over 50 Years

Nearly half of women older than 50 years report having urinary incontinence.

WPSI Recommends Annual Urinary Incontinence Screening

WPSI Recommends Annual Urinary Incontinence Screening

Due to limited evidence, other experts urge caution in implementing guideline for women.

Myrbetriq approved for overactive bladder

Myrbetriq approved for overactive bladder

Myrbetriq is indicated for adults with overactive to minimize symptoms of frequent urination and urinary incontinence.

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