A Woman's Guide to Regaining Bladder Control: Everything You Need to Know for the Diagnosis and Cure of Incontinence
Not just a problem of ageing, incontinence is caused or aggravated by medications, childbirth, hysterectomy, stress, bladder infections, fibroids, oestrogen loss, or diabetes. Not surprisingly, it is mostly women who suffer from bladder control problems. This comprehensive and practical guide will give them the help they need by providing them with all the information they need on: the different types of incontinence and how each is diagnosed and treated, surgical vs. non-surgical treatments, effective self-help techniques, how to find the right doctor and more...
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WHAT IS INCONTINENCE?
How A Womans Urinary System Works
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