Slideshow: What Your Pee Can Tell You About Your Health
Your pee -- you see it every day, and you might not think twice about it. Find out what it can tell you about your health.
Slideshow: How You’re Hurting Your Bladder and How You Can Help
Your bladder holds liquid waste -- urine -- until it’s time to get rid of it. Find out more about how your bladder works and how to keep it healthy.
Slideshow: Myths and Facts About Your Bladder
The truth about a small bladder, night bathroom trips, aging, body weight, and other factors related to urinary incontinence are explored with pictures. WebMD helps you sort myth from fact.
Slideshow: Are There Alternative Treatments for Overactive Bladder?
If you have an overactive bladder and you’re looking for alternative or complementary remedies, you’ll want to know what the research says about them. WebMD explains.
Slideshow: Managing Your Incontinence at Work
What do you do when you've gotta go -- badly -- at work? This WebMD slideshow teaches you how to handle incontinence in the workplace.
Slideshow: OAB -- Helping an Overactive Bladder
Learn about OAB symptoms and treatment. WebMD shows you how to deal with bladder problems through lifestyle changes, surgery, medication, and more.
Slideshow: Incontinence: Tips to Help You Go Less
Embarrassed by your incontinence? WebMD has tips and treatments to avoid accidents and cut down on bathroom breaks.
Slideshow: Gotta Go? Skip These Foods and Drinks
Certain foods and drinks may be triggers for people with an overactive bladder. WebMD shows pictures of those items and gives tips.
Slideshow: Incontinence in Men: Treatment and Management
Male incontinence can be embarrassing, but it's treatable. WebMD tells you about the causes and treatments of urinary incontinence in men.
Slideshow: Urinary Incontinence in Women
Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is a frustrating problem for more than 13 million Americans, most of them women. WebMD delves into the symptoms, causes, and treatments of stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and overactive bladder (OAB) in women.