Incontinence

Finally, Medical Experts Admit PSA Testing Doesn’t Work!

…an elevated PSA test, would never have had surgery and/or radiation treatment. These treatments aren’t benign, and can result in impotency, incontinence, and in some cases death. So, what should you do? Instead of PSA testing, I recommend the tried-and-true digital rectal exam. If a doctor can feel…

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Treating Hot Flashes With Weight Loss

…effectively treating hot flashes can be as simple as losing some weight. They followed a subgroup of overweight or obese menopausal women enrolled in an incontinence study who reported having bothersome hot flashes. Two-thirds of these women were instructed on healthy weight loss options and given meal plans…

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6 Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D

…Pelvic floor disorders. Roughly one in four women suffers from a pelvic floor disorder (PFD), such as pelvic organ prolapse or fecal or urinary incontinence, and one study suggests that low levels of vitamin D may be a factor. In an analysis of data that included 1,881 women age 20 and older, researchers…

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