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Profile: US Speed Skater Bonnie Blair: Pregnancy & Urinary Incontinence

Speed skater Bonnie Blair and her doctor, urogynecologist Dennis P. Miller, MD, discuss Bonnie's experience with stress urinary incontinence.

US Speed Skater Bonnie Blair: Pregnancy & Urinary Incontinence

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OAB: Talking With Your Partner

If you have overactive bladder (OAB), you may be embarrassed to talk about it. Instead, you may find yourself avoiding situations where your OAB might cause problems. That can make you feel alone, and it could take a toll on your relationship. It’s not an easy conversation to have, but talking about it can bring relief. Whether you’re in a long-term partnership or have just begun dating someone, the talk may bring a new level of honesty and intimacy to your relationship.

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Profile: Mary Lou Retton

Like millions of women, U.S. gymnast Mary Lou Retton has urinary incontinence.

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