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  1. Stem Cells Help Urinary Incontinence?

    June 28, 2007 -- Injections of stem cells and other cells obtained from a woman's own body can treat stress urinary incontinence with dramatically better results than conventional collagen injections, according to a new study from Austria. The results, which mimic those from similar research under w

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  2. Urinary Incontinence: Rating Surgeries

    May 22, 2007 -- Researchers have new information on what type of bladder-control surgery may work best for women with urinary stress incontinence. Urinary incontinence, losing urine by accident, can happen for various reasons. Stress incontinence is caused by physical activities such as exercise, la

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  3. Stem Cells May Help Treat Incontinence

    May 21, 2007 -- For the more than 13 million women in the U.S. who suffer from stress urinary incontinence, stem cells derived from their own muscle cells may improve the condition, a study shows. "Five of eight women got a modest degree of improvement, and one woman was dry," says Michael Chancello

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  4. Drug Combo Treats Overactive Bladder

    Nov. 14, 2006 -- Some men with overactive bladder may benefit from treatment with two drugs instead of one, a new study shows. The study appears in The Journal of the American Medical Association. The researchers included Steven Kaplan, MD, of the urology department at New York's Weill Cornell Medic

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  5. 3 Questions Check Urinary Incontinence

    May 15, 2006 -- Researchers have designed a three-question quiz to help diagnose urinary incontinence in women. The quiz covers two types of urinary incontinence: stress incontinence and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence is urine leakage during laughing, coughing, sneezing, or other movements.

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  6. Biofeedback for Overactive Bladder?

    May 8, 2006 -- A new study shows that older women with overactive bladders (urge incontinence incontinence) benefited from learning biofeedback techniques. The benefits were strongest in women who had a history of depression depression, according to the study, which was presented in Chicago at the A

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  7. Surgery May Avoid Urinary Incontinence

    April 12, 2006 -- For women with pelvic-organ prolapse, getting two operations at the same time may help avoid new cases of stress incontinence. In pelvic-organ prolapse, the pelvic muscles and connective tissue are weak or injured. As a result, the patient's bladder, bowel, and uterus press down on

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  8. Emotional Toll From Overactive Bladder

    Jan. 20, 2006 -- Having an overactive bladder makes it more difficult to perform daily activities, yet many people don't consider the problem a valid medical condition, according to a new study. Researchers found three-fourths of people with overactive bladders said the condition interfered with dai

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  9. Urine Leakage Not Due to Childbirth

    Dec. 2, 2005 - Doctors think it's true. Patients think it's true. And urogynecologist Gunhilde M. Buchsbaum, MD, thought vaginal childbirth put women at risk of urinary incontinence. Not any more. Buchsbaum, an associate professor at the University of Rochester, N.Y., now thinks childbirth has nothi

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  10. Adult Incontinence: How Common Is it?

    May 23, 2005 -- If you've recently had a problem with bladder control, you're far from alone. New surveys show that urinary incontinence -- a problem with bladder control -- is quite common. Both surveys were reported at this week's annual meeting of the American Urological Association in San Antoni

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