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In many cases, behavioral changes, including changes to your diet, lifestyle, and urinary habits, can be enough to control urinary incontinence.
Many factors have been associated with an increased risk of urinary incontinence in men. Incontinence may be the result of various health conditions or medical treatments, or it could be caused by family history or lifestyle.
If your urinary incontinence is caused by prostatitis, a painful inflammation of the prostate gland, your health professional will prescribe antibiotics.
The first steps your health professional will take to learn the cause of your urinary incontinence are a medical history and a physical examination.
Urinary incontinence occurs when the muscle (sphincter) that holds your bladder's outlet closed is not strong enough to hold back the urine.
There are different ways you can reduce your chances of developing urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is the accidental release of urine. It is not a disease but rather a symptom of a problem with a man's urinary tract.
What is overactive bladder? With overactive bladder,you have many strong,sudden urges to urinate during the day and night.
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To help Americans with overactive bladder, WebMD gathered questions from people with OAB and asked leading doctors for the answers. Find out how our experts responded.
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