July 2015

 
Smart Summer Eating for Overactive Bladder

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Exercises Help Bowel Incontinence

Build Confidence in Bowel Continence 

Depending on the causes of bowel incontinence and its severity, exercises to increase pelvic floor muscle strength can improve bowel control.

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Urine Trouble? Here's a Tip: Kegel More

Kegel exercises are most helpful in controlling stress incontinence, which is caused by coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting and pregnancy.
 

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