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  1. Stress Incontinence in Men - Topic Overview

    Stress incontinence occurs when a man unintentionally releases a small amount of urine when he coughs,laughs,strains,lifts,or changes posture. It is most common after a man has had his prostate gland removed and there was damage to the nerves or to the external bladder outlet valve (sphincter). After a man's prostate gland is removed,the bladder neck no longer has adequate support from the ...

  2. Artificial Sphincter for Urinary Incontinence in Men

    An artificial sphincter is a device made of silicone rubber that is used to treat urinary incontinence.

  3. Cystometry

    Cystometry is one in a series of tests, called urodynamic studies, that evaluate how the bladder is functioning.

  4. Overactive Bladder in Children

    Children can have an overactive bladder too. WebMD looks at incontinence in children, what causes frequent urination, and how to treat bedwetting.

  5. Diet, Drugs, and Urinary Incontinence Symptoms

    Your diet, along with medications you might take, may be aggravating urinary incontinence symptoms. WebMD provides a chart showing how everything from soda to muscle relaxants affect bladder control.

  6. Male Urinary Incontinence: 12 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

    If you're a man who is dealing with urinary incontinence, here are 12 questions from WebMD that you may want to ask your doctor.

  7. Living With Urinary Incontinence

    Living with urinary incontinence can be a challenge. Check out these tips from WebMD for managing the condition.

  8. Prostate Cancer: Urinary Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence caused by prostate surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer can be managed with a variety of techniques and treatments. WebMD explains.

  9. Menopause and Bladder Control Problems

    Women heading into menopause - or already in menopause - may experience bladder problems. WebMD explains symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.

  10. Kegel Exercises: Treating Male Urinary Incontinence

    Take control of male urinary incontinence by doing Kegel exercises. WebMD explains how.

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