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How to Prevent Epilepsy & Incontinence From Teaming Up

With epilepsy, there is a broad range of issues to worry about, such as biting the tongue, collapsing, and more. However, pants wetting should also be on the list as epilepsy and incontinence are often related, and both conditions could be a warning sign of one another. If you or your child experiences incontinence or seizures it’s important to seek medical attention immediately to rule out the cause and to put a treatment plan together. So, how exactly are epilepsy and incontinence related?

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The Best Catheter Types, Insertion Tips, Care, And More

If you’ve ever wondered, what is a catheter? Then you’re in the right place because we’re going to solve the mystery. Prepare to have all of your catheter questions answered from types, sizes, insertion tips, how to qualify through insurance, options for women, and much more! It’s time to go with the flow.

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How To Ask For Help With Geriatric Incontinence

Asking for help has the potential to be uncomfortable, especially when it comes to adult incontinence. You don’t want your family to worry about you, but handling urinary incontinence on your own can quickly become overwhelming. Once you ask for assistance for your condition, a majority of stress and anxiety can be alleviated to take your life back.

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How To Care For CHARGE Syndrome & Incontinence

Caring for a child with CHARGE syndrome already has a lot of unique challenges to face, as symptoms can vary greatly among patients. Because incontinence is incredibly common in children and adults with CHARGE, it can really add to the list obstacles to overcome. However, the bathroom doesn’t have to rule your child’s life. As your child grows and progresses there are a number of ways to simplify incontinence care.

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Aeroflow Urology Participated In the Buddy Walk & Walk N Roll

Aeroflow Urology was honored to have the opportunity to give back by participating in the Buddy Walk and Walk n Roll in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday, October, 20th. We truly appreciated the chance to meet children and adults affected with Spina Bifida and Down syndrome and hope our educational resources for incontinence were able to make a real difference.

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Sleep Apnea And Incontinence Wreak Havoc In The Bedroom

Do you find yourself stuck in the nightly routine of waking multiple times to use the restroom? Sure, as someone with urinary incontinence, that might be a normal occurrence, but is it combined with symptoms such as waking up with a headache, snoring loudly, or excessive fatigue? Then you may have sleep apnea and incontinence, both of which may contribute to each other as well as erectile dysfunction and a lowered sex drive.

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