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Fast Facts: What You Need to Know About Vaginal Prolapse

This condition can be embarrassing and intrusive, but it can be treated

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What You Need to Know About Urinary Incontinence

Urinary leakage affects 1 in 4 women and is treatable at any age

I Didn’t Let Overactive Bladder Stop Me from Living My Life

I Didn’t Let Overactive Bladder Stop Me from Living My Life

I remember my overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms starting about three or four years ago. Whenever I would sneeze or cough, I'd urinate a little bit. Then it started to become pretty frequent, which was frustrating, but not yet to the point where it was disrupting my life.

Living With Incontinence, Without Shame

Living With Incontinence, Without Shame

After hiding my urinary incontinence for years, I've learned to embrace my age and accept my body.

I Thought My Postpartum Pain Was Normal, But It Wasn't

The pain was unbearable. Was this how every woman felt after giving birth?

How to Know if You Have Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence comes in many forms and affects millions of people. But there are simple things you can do to manage it.

How to Not Let Light Bladder Leakage Hold You Back

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.

What You Need to Know About Stress Urinary Incontinence

Stress urinary incontinence is common and yet often goes undiagnosed and untreated. If you leak urine when you laugh or cough or sneeze, talk to your health care professional.

Half of Older Women Suffer Incontinence

Nearly half of older American women have urinary incontinence, but many have not talked to a doctor about it.

Separate the Sound of Running Water From the Urge to Urinate

It can be easy to allow the sound or feel of water to trigger the urge to urinate, but it's not a healthy habit and can even lead to urinary incontinence.

Do You Talk With Your Patients About Overactive Bladder?

If your patients have sudden and unexpected urges to urinate, then you may want to talk with them about overactive bladder, or OAB.

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