Do herbs cause incontinence?

Answer On One Hand: Probably NotVictoria Abreo, alternative medicine editor for the website BellaOnline, reports that most of the causes of incontinence are physiological, such as stretched or weakened pe... Read More »

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Does stress cause fecal incontinence?

On One Hand: Stress Does Not Cause Fecal IncontinenceFecal incontinence refers to the involuntary passage of stool. Over 5.5 million Americans suffer from fecal incontinence. There are many causes,... Read More »

What drugs can cause urinary incontinence?

An unfortunate side effect of some common medications is urinary incontinence---the inability to control the passage of urine. These drugs may affect the bladder's capacity to relax and contract, i... Read More »

Can cervical stenosis cause loss of leg strength without causing incontinence?

On One Hand: Yes, It CanCervical stenosis is the decrease in the space of spinal tract due to degenerated or herniated disc. According to the, it causes pressure on the spinal nerves... Read More »

Is it true that blood thinning herbs can increase blood pressure and cause eye vessel bursts?

I don't think it's like that, okei. Pressure build-up is due to a blockage in the vein and that's what causes it to burst. Keeping blood thin is good and that's why taking an aspirin each day is... Read More »