Study Shows Incontinence Prevents Women from Taking Part in Sports

  • On October 1, 2008
According to an Italian study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, incontinence keeps many women from taking part in sports. In a survey of 679 Italian young and middle-aged women, researchers found that 1 in 7 were bothered by urinary stress incontinence. Dr. Stefano Salvatore from the University of Insubria found that being overweight […]
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Women are giving up Sport due to Urinary Incontinence Conditions

  • On September 29, 2008
A new research conducted in Italy revealed one in the ten women gave up recreational activities due to urinary incontinence. Italian researchers interviewed 700 women, one in seven revealed they suffered from incontinence; this is backed up by another research from the British Journal of Sports Medicine who says that one in two women suffered […]
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Woman with Incontinence Encourages Others to Open up About the Condition

  • On September 24, 2008
Louise Price, from south Wales, talks openly about her incontinence, which is caused by multiple sclerosis. She is 1 of 14m people in the UK who have some kind of bladder control problem. Louise Price said she was in so much pain she sought help quickly and was lucky to have a supportive husband and […]
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Not Sure What Incontinence Product is Right for you?

  • On September 9, 2008
Then why not try out the Allanda Product Finder. Whether you’re experiencing urge incontinence or stress incontinence, the product finder can help you learn what kind of pads or pants are suitable for you and your lifestyle. So how does it work?? – Well firstly you need to go to the page, to do this you […]
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Pelvic Floor Exercises Can Help Manage Incontinence

  • On August 21, 2008
The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles inside the pelvis that forms a floor in the body. They surround the urethra, vagina and rectum and should, along with the sphincter muscles, maintain control over these openings. If the pelvic floor muscles are weak the urethra can fall during exertion, resulting in leaking. To […]
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New Baloon Treatment That Can Cure Stress Incontinence

  • On August 12, 2008
In as little as 10 minutes, two balloons implanted into the bladder may be a new solution for stress incontinence. Research shows 7 out of 10 women with stress incontinence were helped by this therapy. After 6 months, nearly 70% of the women implanted with the devices, were dry with no leakages. Stress incontinence occurs as […]
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