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  1. Urinary Problems and Injuries, Age 12 and Older - Home Treatment

    Starting home treatment at the first minor signs of a bladder infection may prevent the problem from getting worse, clear up your infection, and prevent complications.

  2. Urinary Problems and Injuries, Age 12 and Older - Prevention

    Tips to help prevent urinary problems in people age 12 and older.

  3. Urinary Problems and Injuries, Age 12 and Older - Topic Overview

    WebMD describes urinary tract problems such as burning, frequent urination, blood in urine, and leaking urine. Find out more concerning bladder and kidney infections that can cause UTI symptoms.

  4. Urinary Problems and Injuries, Age 12 and Older - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Urinary Problems and Injuries in Children Aged 12 and Older.

  5. Treatment for Urinary Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence is a condition that is highly treatable, and in some people, curable. Learn more from WebMD about available treatments.

  6. Causes of Overactive Bladder

    Learn more from WebMD about overactive bladder -- or OAB -- and its link with other health problems.

  7. Mixed Incontinence

    Urine leakage affects millions of Americans. Learn more from WebMD about the causes, symptoms and treatment of mixed incontinence, a combination of urge and stress incontinence.

  8. Types of Urinary Incontinence

    Learn more from WebMD about the various types of urinary incontinence -- from stress incontinence to overactive bladder -- including their causes, symptoms, and treatments.

  9. What Makes Overactive Bladder Worse?

    You may not mean to, but you could be making your overactive bladder worse. Fortunately, you can turn around some of things that bring on those bothersome urges to go.

  10. Behavioral Methods for Urinary Incontinence

    Three types of behavioral methods are used to treat urinary incontinence: bladder training (for urge incontinence) and timed voiding and prompted voiding (for functional incontinence).Bladder trainingBladder training (also called bladder retraining) is used to treat urge incontinence. Bladder training attempts to increase how long you can wait before having to urinate. You are taught about the ...

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