Incontinence

Bladder Problems in Women - 5 Tips to Boost Your Bladder Health

There are many cliches that women are told when it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Exercise regularly, eat healthy, get plenty of sleep. These are common types of phrases that people use to remember to keep their health in check. However, as women, there is often one important piece that is overlooked – the health of our bladder. Bladder problems are very common in women, and it isn't due to the estrogen.

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What No One Tells Women about Middle Age

As women approach midlife, they may have some idea about life changes that they may start to experience, including menopausal symptoms, mood swings, or bladder leakage. Talking about menopause with girlfriends is often commonplace. Joking about hot flashes and the temperature of the room is often the norm. Women will usually discuss their mood swings and even send memes to friends that make light of this issue. What no one seems to talk about is overactive bladder and incontinence.

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Meet Aeroflow Urology’s New Medical Advisor

We’re excited to introduce our new Aeroflow Urology Medical Advisor, Aleece Fosnight, MSPAS, PA-C, CSCS, CSE, NCMP.
Aleece is a board-certified physician assistant specializing in sexual medicine, women's health and urology. In 2019, she opened up her own private practice, the Fosnight Center for Sexual Health, and implemented the sexual health grand rounds curriculum at her local hospital and residency program. Aleece is also the founder of the Fosnight Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the education and training of professionals in the sexual health field and providing funding for access to healthcare services in her local community.

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The Best At Home Incontinence Exercises

Don’t let stress or urge incontinence rule your bladder when there are tons of incontinence exercises that you can do to retrain your bladder, strengthen your pelvic floor and enhance your ability to stop leaks. Best of all, you don’t have to join a gym. Incontinence exercises for both men and women can be performed in the comfort of your own home.

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Aeroflow Urology Customers in Their Own Words

Aeroflow Urology works with patients, doctors, and insurance providers to deliver top quality incontinence and urological supplies. Our dedicated Continence Care Specialists take time to match each patient with the best items to help them confidently manage incontinence on a daily basis. Our simplified process helps children, adults, and seniors get the most out of their insurance benefits and receive a monthly supply of chux, pull-ups, bladder pads, changing, gloves, and more. Check out what our patients are saying about the supplies and service they receive, and take the first steps to get started!

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Meet Aeroflow Urology's Medical Director of Pediatric Urology

Aeroflow is excited to officially introduce our Medical Director of Pediatric Urology, Dr. Jay Levy. Dr. Levy is board-certified in Urology by the American Board of Urology and holds a Pediatric Urology subspecialty certification.
A Texas native and graduate of Texas Southwestern Medical School, he completed his urologic surgery residency at the University of Pennsylvania and his pediatric urology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. For the past 23 years, he has worked with infants and children facing a variety of urological challenges at his practice in Charlotte, NC.

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Confessions of a Wheelchair Pageant Queen

Aeroflow Urology is proud to have sponsored Asheville's own Madeline Delp to compete in Miss North Carolina, USA. Madeline is the first person to ever compete for this pageant in a wheelchair and has made revolutionary progress in spreading awareness for the disabled.

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Incontinence Facts & Myths

Don’t let myths about bladder control lead you astray. If you’re experiencing any incontinence symptoms, be sure to speak with your doctor to build a treatment plan that suits your individual needs. And in the meantime get started with reliable information.

Only Seniors Have Incontinence

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How To Care For Sickle Cell Disease And Incontinence

Caring for someone with sickle cell disease often means providing for your child as well as taking care of yourself, since it’s an inherited condition. However, your child may have different symptoms than you, such as incontinence. Learn how sickle cell disease and incontinence are connected and how to provide proper care.

What Is Sickle Cell Disease?

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How To Find Adaptive Clothing For Disabilities

If you care for someone with a mental or physical disability or struggle with a disability yourself, finding proper clothing might be a struggle. Clothes need to be functional, comfortable, and easy to put on and remove! That’s why it’s time to consider adaptive clothing for disabilities instead of traditional options.

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