What are the treatments for bladder problems?

Answer There are different reasons why bladder problems may occur. Although the condition can occur at any age, women are more likely to be affected, according to the National Kidney and Urological Diseas... Read More »

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What are the treatments for an over active bladder?

Overactive bladder is a characterized by the sudden, intense urge to urinate, and by leaking urine while coughing or sneezing. The condition is treated through behavior modification, physical thera... Read More »

What are the causes of bladder problems?

The bladder holds and releases urine through the urethra. Urinary retention, or the inability to urinate, and urinary incontinence, a condition where a person loses control over his bladder and pas... Read More »

Muscle problems with the bladder?

I don't know what you problem is but women often have a 'bladder' problem. It can start at any time. Have you tried Kegel exercises? There are a variety of different ones you can do to strengt... Read More »

Women & Postpartum Bladder Problems?

Bladder problems are common among women immediately after childbirth, but if problems persist for more than 6-8 weeks, a health care professional should be consulted to discuss medical treatment op... Read More »