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What are some good foods to eat or things to drink to slow incontinence?
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Dr. Denise Elser
Gynecology
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In brief: Avoid irritants
There are no good foods to slow incontinence, but there are bladder irritants to avoid.
These foods are not damaging to the bladder but affect bladder control: coffee, tea, caffeine, carbonated drinks, acid drinks/food such as citrus, tomato. However, cranberry, blueberry & lingonberry do help protect against uti. Use fresh berries or juice, not cocktail, which is full of sugar & calories.

In brief: Avoid irritants
There are no good foods to slow incontinence, but there are bladder irritants to avoid.
These foods are not damaging to the bladder but affect bladder control: coffee, tea, caffeine, carbonated drinks, acid drinks/food such as citrus, tomato. However, cranberry, blueberry & lingonberry do help protect against uti. Use fresh berries or juice, not cocktail, which is full of sugar & calories.
Dr. Denise Elser
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Dr. Carolyn Messere
Surgery - Colorectal
In brief: Fiber
If you are talking about stool incontinence, increasing fiber can slow it down.
This is usually our first way to decrease incontinence issues.

In brief: Fiber
If you are talking about stool incontinence, increasing fiber can slow it down.
This is usually our first way to decrease incontinence issues.
Dr. Carolyn Messere
Dr. Carolyn Messere
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