Adults

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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Helping Parents Avoid Frustration With Pediatric Incontinence

Nothing can throw off your plans like wet sheets, wet car seats, wet pants, and more, but unfortunately, these accidents can be a normal part of caring for a child with pediatric incontinence. When you have to stop what you're doing to handle clean up, remember that any frustration you’re feeling may be intensified for your child with extra anxiety, fear, and embarrassment. Learn how to help your child cope with a little advice on how to avoid becoming frustrated.

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6 Ways To Successfully Manage Postpartum Incontinence

If you're a new mom experiencing postpartum incontinence, you're not alone! It's extremely common and there are many treatments you can do at home or with a specialist to help manage your symptoms. 

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The Likelihood of Incontinence in Individuals With Down Syndrome

There is a significant chance for both children and adults with Down syndrome to develop incontinence, but it doesn’t have to impact their quality of life. By recognizing and properly treating the incontinence symptoms as soon as possible, your loved one can properly manage their fecal or urinary incontinence by making simple changes to their daily lives.

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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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Types of Incontinence

Urinary incontinence, or the involuntary loss of urine, is a common health condition in the United States. According to the National Association for Continence (NAFC), 25 million people in the US experience some form of urinary incontinence every day. Incontinence can occur as a result of urinary tract infections (UTIs), constipation, caffeine consumption, or as a side effect of some medications (such as a diuretic).

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What Causes Urinary Incontinence?

Over 25 million people have urinary incontinence in the United States, but what exactly causes it? Read this post to find out.

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Doctor's Appointment for Incontinence

Read how to make a doctor's appointment for incontinence and see if you can get free incontinence supplies through Aeroflow Urology.

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How to Manage Ostomy & Get Products Through Insurance

Read how to live life to the fullest after an abdominal procedure and see if you qualify to get ostomy supplies through insurance.

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