Bladder Control Ebook

Reclaim Bladder Control

Urinary Incontinence affects people world wide, and can cause people to avoid social contact and not want to deal with others. This ebook by Alice Benton gives you the best way to avoid the embarrassment and discomfort that is associated with urinary incontinence. Why would you want to deal with annoyance of being unable to control your own bladder when you could find a far better way to help heal yourself? This ebook gives you natural methods of taking back control of your bladder, without having to worry about the dangers associated with surgery or medications that can cause harm to your kidneys. You can learn the best natural way to heal yourself from urinary incontinence and give yourself the life that you deserve; start living the way that you deserve to live, without all of the problems that come with urinary incontinence. Take your life back now!

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Urinary Bladder Dysfunction

The most frequent urinary complaints in PD patients are frequency, urgency, urge incontinence, and nocturia. Hobson et al. (58) performed a community-based questionnaire survey in Wales, U.K., and found that bladder problems were reported in 51 of 123 PD patients returning the survey compared to 31 of 92 controls. The calculated relative risk of developing bladder symptoms in PD patients compared to controls was 2.4. Lemack et al. (59) performed a similar questionnaire-based assessment of bladder problems in PD patients, but selected early-stage patients (Hoehn and Yahr stage 2.5 or lower) to determine if bladder problems occur early in the disease. Men with early PD assessed using the American Urological Association Symptom Index had a mean score of 12 compared to the community sample of normal male volunteers whose mean score was 4.8. Significant differences were seen on questions for frequency, urgency, and weak urinary stream. Women completed the Urogenital Distress Inventory-6...

The Molecular Pathogenesis of Human Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer (PCA) has become the most commonly diagnosed cancer among men in the USA, with an estimated 189,000 cases diagnosed in 2002 (1). Encouragingly, over the past several years, increased use of serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening has increased the fraction of men diagnosed with PCA confined to the prostate gland, leading to more effective use of surgery and radiation therapy for treatment, and to a decline in PCA mortality (2, 3). Despite these improvements, some 30,200 men will likely died of progressive metastatic cancer in 2002 (1). Furthermore, even though men with early PCA can be cured using surgery or radiation therapy, the side effects of treatment frequently include erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence, or rectal irritation (4-6). New insights into the etiology of PCA are needed so that new strategies for its prevention can be developed.

Sleep Benefit and Sleep Hygiene

Sleep benefit is a common phenomenon of variable duration ranging from 30 minutes to 3 hours in PD and implies improvement in mobility and motor state in the morning and after drug intake at night (98). The mechanism of sleep benefit is unknown, and possible causes include (i) recovery of dopaminergic function and storage during sleep, (ii) a circadian rhythm-related phenomenon, or (iii) a pharmacological response to dopaminergic drugs (7,30). Good sleep hygiene is also useful. Activities such as a hot bath a couple of hours before bedtime, maximizing daytime activity, ensuring bright light exposure, having a hot sweet drink or a light snack at bedtime, use of handrails in bed and or satin sheets to enable easier turning in bed, flexible bed times, a reclining armchair for some, and avoiding stimulants such as tea or coffee at bedtime are part of good sleep hygiene (81). Nocturia remains one of the most common causes of sleep disruption in PD and can be reduced by avoiding diuretics,...

Cardiovascular Complications

Chemotherapy, particularly alkylating agents like cyclophosphamide, can induce infertility and, in women, premature menopause, with its attendant problems of hot flashes, mood swings, vaginal dryness, and urinary incontinence. Cyclophosphamide is commonly used in breast cancer, but management of the menopausal symptoms is complicated by the fact that hormone replacement therapy is considered contraindi-cated in patients with a history of breast cancer. Consequently, other treatments must be used for hot flashes, such as antidepressants.52 This example illustrates the importance of both recognizing the symptoms related to ovarian failure in a cancer patient in which it would be otherwise unexpected, and having knowledge of the oncologic considerations of the therapies being chosen.

Functional Anorectal Disorders Constipation

If conservative treatment of intractable idiopathic constipation fails, then subtotal colectomy with ileorectal anastomosis may be considered however, this has a high failure rate and is associated with significant morbidity. A colostomy may relieve symptoms but it is an unattractive option for most patients, and abdominal pain and bloating may persist. Sacral nerve stimulation has been shown to produce a clinical benefit for patients with idiopathic constipation with improvements in symptoms of abdominal pain and bloating, plus improvement in overall quality of life scores. Almost all patients with spinal injury experience constipation and, along with bladder control, bowel control is the function that individuals with spinalcord injury would most like to regain. All spinal-injured patients should have dedicated bowel continence regimes initiated by their carers but sacral nerve stimulation has also been shown to be of benefit in this group of patients.

Survivorship Issues And Hrql

To understand the magnitude of HRQL issues among cancer survivors, we have classified these concepts into discrete domains, however it is understood that they represent a highly interrelated and dynamic system. Adhering to this model of self-reported health, the late effects of cancer can have wide spread ramifications. For example, many of the late physical effects (e.g., pain, fatigue, urinary incontinence, infertility) can also have significant emotional and social consequences. Since those with increasing age also represent a large segment of cancer survivors, it is sometimes difficult to determine whether physical changes are predominantly age or cancer related (e.g., fatigue, decreased libido, weakness). Apart from the observed physical changes, the psychosocial and existential issues acknowledged by survivors

Vasomotor Symptoms

Menopause hormone therapy (MHT), however, is very effective for treatment of hot flashes and night sweats and by secondary gain can be useful for treating sleep disturbances that result from waking related to hot flashes. Prior to 2002 when the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) was halted because of increased risk for women taking estrogen and progestin therapy for breast cancer (anticipated) and for increased risk for heart disease, stroke, and other thromboembolic events (unanticipated), MHT was recommended for all postmenopausal women to protect against osteoporosis and heart disease as well as for treatment of symptoms including hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood changes, sleep disturbances, and sexual dysfunction. Subsequently, the estrogen-only arm of the WHI was discontinued as well, because of the increased risk of stroke (RR 1.4 for women on estrogen alone). In addition, data from the WHI demonstrated increased risk of dementia and urinary incontinence with use of MHT (Hendrix...

Validation Studies In Old People

The newcomer to nutritional gerontology might feel overwhelmed by the prospect of obtaining valid and reliable measures of dietary intake. There appears to be a huge potential for confounding by impaired cognition, sensory loss, appetite changes, acquired poverty, impaired mobility, access to fresh food, and failure to complete cooking (Jorissen and Riedel, 2002). As individuals mature and establish personal independence, each is expected to take more responsibility for their own basic needs, such as warmth, shelter, food, and companionship. With aging, many require support to maintain this independence, and the reasons for this are extraordinarily varied. Take, for example, a woman living alone who rarely leaves the house and for whom food shopping has become hugely effortful. Her circumstances may have arisen because she has suffered sensory loss (above all, of sight or hearing), or she has problems with mobility and fears falling, or her bladder control is unsure and she is anxious...

Clinical Presentation

Subfalcine herniation, also known as cingulate herniation, occurs when the medial part of the hemisphere is pushed beneath the edge of the falx cerebri. This action generally results in damage to or ischemia of the cingulate lobe and medial motor cortex and therefore manifests itself with contralateral lower-limb weakness and urinary incontinence.

Genitourinary System

Considering the frequency of urinary disorders in older men, it is not surprising that the majority of urology patients are in their fifties or older. Shrinkage of the kidneys, loss of elasticity and capacity by the bladder, and enlargement of the prostate gland combine to increase the frequency of urination, cause urination to be less complete and bladder control to be lost, as well as other urological disorders. Reductions in the number of functioning excretory units (glomeruli) and, consequently, lower renal blood flow and a lower filtration rate of the kidney's result in body toxins and wastes being excreted less efficiently. Not only is less urine excreted and excreted less efficiently with aging, but it also contains more creatine. Like older men, older women sometimes experience problems with bladder control and incontinence. Urinary problems are not as common in older women as in older men, but cancer of the genitourinary tract is no respecter of gender. Prostate cancer occurs...

Cancer

And its capsule at open operation (radical prostatectomy). This technically demanding procedure can be performed via a standard open lower abdominal approach, a perineal approach or laparoscopically. It requires the urethra and bladder neck to be joined together when the gland has been removed. Side effects are significant and include erectile dysfunction (ED), urinary incontinence, bladder neck stric-turing and damage to the rectum.

Wetting

Wetting in children can be caused by anatomic incontinence (ectopic ureter, bladder obstruction, extrophy), neurogenic incontinence (spinal dysraphism, trauma, tumours), functional incontinence (urge syndrome, fractional voiding), enuresis (nocturnal, diurnal), and other conditions (urinary infection, polyuria). Incontinence is characterized by failure of voluntary bladder control and incomplete emptying whereas in enuresis emptying is complete and the child is often unaware when wetting occurs. Neurogenic bladder can result from a variety of causes which interfere with the innervation of the bladder, the commonest congenital anomaly being a neural tube defect (myelomeningocele or spina bifida). Urinary incontinence and infection are the main problem. Evaluation is achieved by urodynamic studies. Intermittent self-catheterization is the most important ingredient in its treatment. Bladder augmentation, urinary diversion and artificial urinary sphincters are procedures which may be...

Chest Radiation

The bladder can be scarred from radiation, resulting in persistent irritative symptoms or decreased capacity. These complications can actually sometimes worsen with time.39 Medications for urge incontinence like oxybutynin or tolterodine may be helpful. Brachytherapy, increasingly used in early stage prostate cancer, is less likely to cause bladder problems than is external beam radiation. Radiotherapy can also leave the vagina dry and scarred, requiring vaginal lubricants and dilatation procedures to ameliorate.