Truth About Male Urinary Incontinence

30 April, 2018

Even though urinary incontinence impacts a large number of people, most are not educated on the true facts. Urinary incontinence is a problem for both men and women, and more than 200 million people worldwide deal with it. While it is more common in older men, it affects people of all ages, and drinking less will not affect you having urinary incontinence. Kegels are an exercise designed to help strengthen pelvic floor muscles in both men and women. If you have urinary incontinence, talk to your doctor about the best treatment option for your urinary incontinence.

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If you have a problem and you do not feel comfortable discussing it with your friends or family then why not call Bladder Health UK and speak to our very experienced specialist continence nurse Karen. Check the 'Whats New' section for the dates Karen is in the office or call the Advice Line to check.



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