High blood pressure comes with many side effects that need to be managed, and one such side effect that you might not know about is urinary incontinence. Find out how blood pressure medications can lead to symptoms like urinary leakage.
Nearly 30 million Americans will experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. The side effects of eating disorders extend to the entire body, including the urinary system. Discover how eating disorders affect bladder control.
Syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection (STI), is on the rise. Common symptoms include sores, rash, and a lesser-known side effect: Urinary problems.
Learn how Crohn’s disease can cause bladder and bowel problems in those with the condition and discover the treatments available to lessen symptoms.
Do you experience frequent urination or diarrhea when taking diabetes medications? Explore how these symptoms are linked to certain medications and how to treat them.
From waking up at night to pee to leaking urine when you laugh, urinary incontinence caused by diabetes can sometimes feel challenging to manage... or even understand. Learn about these prevalent conditions and their connection.
Your bladder keeps your body functioning and filters out toxins and waste, but there are many things you might not know about it!
Social media platforms have been turned into places of connection and support for many conditions, but sometimes, incontinence topics are flagged as inappropriate, leaving those searching for help with feelings of shame. Read Jesse’s first-hand experience navigating his condition online.
If you are an individual or a family on low income, you may qualify to get incontinence products at little to no cost. Find the resources available to you.