Many people lose control of their bladders as they age, but, according to an Aeroflow Urology survey, it's not talked about enough.
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Urethritis can be painful when using your intermittent catheter. Get tips on how to prevent it.
Loss of bladder control can occur after a spinal cord injury if certain nerves are damaged, but there are ways to treat your incontinence symptoms.
Bladder leaks during sex could happen for a couple of reasons. Find out why you might be leaking and manage symptoms.
Going to the bathroom "just in case" is bad for your bladder health! Find out how this common practice might be harming your urinary system.
The urinary system is an integral part of our bodies, from flushing toxins and bacteria to preventing incontinence. Read 25 ways to keep your urinary system at its optimal health!
What's the difference between Medicaid and Medicare? Why doesn't Medicare offer incontinence supply coverage? What bladder control products can I get through Aeroflow Urology? These questions-and more- answered!
Send your child back to school this year with lunches that are filled with bladder-calming foods that will help them have less accidents throughout their day.
Read how intermittent catheters can sometimes cause catheter-associated urinary tract infections and how to prevent them.
Certain symptoms, such as leaking pee when you sneeze and dribbling pee after emptying your bladder, indicate urinary incontinence in men and women.