Bladder Problems In Women

Klotter, Jule
November 2006
Townsend Letter;Nov2006, Issue 280, p33
The article explores several treatments for overactive bladder and incontinence. Overactive bladder refers to a sudden and painless urgency to void urine and losing this particular urge refers to incontinence. Urinary insurgency and frequency have been associated with thyroid abnormalities, diabetes, and estrogen depletion. The author offers some strategies in dealing with sudden urges to urinate.


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