Depressed people gain more from getting married
Marriage provides greater psychological benefits to depressed people compared to people who are not depressed before they walk down the aisle, a new study reveals. This remains true even though marriage quality is poorer for depressed individuals.
Sling surgery is more effective than burch for bladder control in women
In the largest and most rigorous U.S. trial comparing two traditional operations for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women, a team of urologists and urogynecologists supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has found that a sling procedure helps more women achieve dryness than the Burch technique. more
Bladder control for women
A comprehensive introduction to the causes, symptoms, and treatments for bladder control problems in women. more
Exercising your pelvic muscles
A description of exercises for the pelvic floor muscles, called Kegel exercises, and how they can help to restore or maintain bladder control. more
Menopause and bladder control
An introduction to the changes to your body that occur during menopause, how these changes can result in loss of bladder control, and how your health care team can help you restore or maintain bladder control.
Pregnancy, childbirth, and bladder control
A look at the effects that pregnancy and childbearing can have on bladder control and ways you can counter those effects. more
Talking to your health care team about bladder control
Tips for giving your health care provider the information needed to diagnose and treat your bladder control problem. Includes a questionnaire for you to fill out and take to your first appointment. more
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