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History Of Incontinence
Sore head, tongue, muscles aching, no incontinence, history of epilepsy, could I have had nocturnal seizure, take tegretol 800mg daily?
Stress incontinence @ 22? history of UTI since childhood. On 750 mg depakote. Gotten worse since being on it...Answers please!
Need to see urologis: You need to see your doctor or a urologist, you may have an infection again and may need to be trated with antibiotics. ...Read more
25 y/o history of 2 pregnancies with chronic urinary incontinence.Done kegals and bladder training.Any other suggestions? Its embarassing&smelly.
See your doctor!: Lots of new and exciting treatments now are available for different types of incontinence -- outpatient, one-stitch sling procedures to cure stress (cough, sneeze) incontinence; new, effective medications with fewer side effects to treat oab (over-active bladder); and newer, more accurate, in-office testing to confirm the diagnosis and the right treatments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Proctitis ...Long history of ibs. Recently i've had blood and mucus with my stool and some incontinence as well.. I've also had pain in my rectum?
Check it out: Blood and mucus in the stool is never normal. Even though you have a long history of ibs, your recent complaints could represent inflammatory bowel disease. It may be just limited to the rectum or it could involve a larger portion of your colon. A lesion is possible, but less likely. Please see your primary care physician or gastroenterologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Childbirth can: In many women the problems develop from childbirth but do not appear till years after delivery of multiple or large babies. To know if she has incontinence and what treatments are available, a woman should overcome shyness and tell her gyn provider. A referral to a urogynecologist might be needed also. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Procedures can: In many men the problems develop immediately after surgery, eg. In others they develop in the later years. To know if he has incontinence and what treatments are available, a man should overcome embarassment and tell his primary care provider. A referral to a urologist might be needed also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Use the oldr more: Invasive and less successful surgeries or temporary collagen injections. Lose weight and do pelvic floor therapy. Thin small strips of mesh are the gold standard for stress incontinence and the fda agrees its the pelvic floor meshes that are the problem for reconstructiin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How do I hygienically dispose of my adult incontinence products in public without anyone noticing?
Both genders can get: Women have a greater risk of developing urinary incontinence due to childbirth. Men can develop it also, eg, after prostate surgery. In many people the problems of urine leakage develop in the later years. To know if they have incontinence and what treatments are available, patients or loved ones should overcome shyness and tell the primary care provider or urologist. Help is available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Depends on type of incontinence. Good resource www.voicesforpfd.org. Many non surgical and surgical treatment options now. Recommend discussion and evaluation with gynecologist, urogynecologist or urologist. In meantime, avoid heavy lifting, straining, or constipation. Don't limit fluid intake. Kegel and pelvic exercises. Keep a voiding diary and track fluid intake and incontinence episodes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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