Causes of Incontinence

Ureteral Stent Complications: Are they a Huge Health Risk?

With an increase in usage of ureteral stents in the management of urinary tract diseases, familiarity of the devices…

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Smoking and Incontinence: The Surprising Link

A Greek study showed that smokers were more likely to suffer from incontinence than those who didn’t smoke. National…

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The Impact of Reduced Oestrogen on Incontinence in Women

The peak prevalence of incontinence in women occurs around the time of the menopause. Recent studies…

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Why is there a Correlation between Caffeine and Urinary Incontinence Severity?

If you have experienced incontinence, you have probably already heard people telling you that caffeine can worsen incontinence. So,…

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Psychological Stress and Incontinence: Is there a Link?

As we’d expect, incontinence can cause psychological stress and embarrassment. However, could stress and other mental health issues be…

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Postnatal Incontinence: The Silent Struggle for Mothers

It is estimated that one of three new mothers develop urinary incontinence. Although stressful, the condition…

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Spreading the Awareness of Bladder Cancer and Incontinence

Bladder cancer remains one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers. However, the complications that come with bladder cancer are…

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How to Manage Multiple Sclerosis and Urinary Incontinence

Shockingly, there are 100,000 people in the UK living with Multiple Sclerosis. The side effects of

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Parkinson’s Disease and Incontinence: What is the Link?

Parkinson’s is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. It is caused by the loss of nerve cells,…

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Cryotherapy for Prostate Cancer: What is It?

Prostate cancer recently overtook breast cancer to become the UK’s third biggest cancer killer. According to Prostate Cancer UK,…

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What Causes Secondary Nocturnal Enuresis in Children?

A child learns bladder control at a young age. It can, therefore, be shocking and alarming when they experience…

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Dehydration in Seniors: Preventing this Surprising Cause of Incontinence

It is estimated that between 6 and 30 percent of hospitalised people aged 65 years and older are dehydrated….

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Anal Sphincter Muscle Damage: A Common Cause of Faecal Incontinence

Studies suggest that in the UK, constipation and bowel incontinence affects between 3% and 15% of the population. Anal…

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What Is Chronic Prostatitis?

Urological disease experts assert that between 35-50% of males experience symptoms of Prostatitis at a particular time.

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Dementia and Incontinence: How to provide Exceptional Care

Continence is something that is learnt and retained during childhood. However, staying continent is harder than simply a rehearsed…

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Why is there a High Prevalence of Incontinence in Stroke Patients?

Sadly, half of all people admitted to hospital with a stroke will have lost control over their bladder. Incontinence…

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How Does Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Cause Incontinence?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is a non-cancerous increase in the size of the prostate. Despite being rarely discussed, Benign Prostatic…

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Incontinence after Robotic Prostatectomy: What to Expect

Robotic Prostatectomy is becoming the most prominent choice for the surgical removal of prostate cancer. The popularity of the…

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Incontinence During Pregnancy: The Common Struggle

It is estimated that 63 percent of women with stress incontinence say their symptoms began during…

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What Causes Post Micturition Leakage?

Post Micturition Leakage, also known as Post Micturition Dribble (PMD) is a common problem in men. It occurs when…

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Diabetes and Incontinence: Why are these Conditions so Closely Linked?

Diabetes is a condition that is on the rise. It is estimated that there are around 2.9 million sufferers…

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