For women living with bladder challenges, communication and self-confidence may lead to a healthy sex life.
How Women Can Manage Emotional Health and Overactive Bladder While Isolated at Home — and as States Reopen
For women living with bladder challenges like overactive bladder (OAB), the quarantine may be more familiar than for the rest of us.
Looking back, I always had bladder issues. Eight years into my journey for answers, I finally received a diagnosis of Interstitial Cystitis.
It can be embarrassing, but it’s important to tell your health care provider if you have symptoms of overactive bladder and if they’re disturbing your quality of life.
It’s something no one really wants to speak about. But it’s happening to a lot of us. What you need to know about light bladder leakage.
24 May 2019Urologic Conditions & Diseases
Although bladder problems are more common than you'd suspect—more than 40 million American women experience sensitive bladders and bladder leaks—it's a somewhat taboo topic. Women are hesitant or embarrassed to discuss it, or, if they do, it's often in hush-hush tones.
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