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  1. Urinary Incontinence in Women Discusses urinaryincontinence in women. Looks at types of incontinence, including stress and urge incontinence. Covers causes and symptoms. Discusses treatment with medicine or surgery. Offers home treatment and prevention tips.
  2. Urinary Incontinence in Men Discusses urinaryincontinence in men. Looks at types of incontinence, including stress, urge, overflow, total, and functional. Covers causes and symptoms. Covers treatment with medicine or surgery. Offers home treatment and prevention tips.
  3. Urinary Incontinence: Talk to Your Doctor Learn more about leaking urine and why you should talk to your doctor about it.
  4. Pelvic Exercises for UrinaryIncontinence Learn how to do exercises that can help prevent urine leakage.
  5. Urinary Incontinence: Keeping a Daily Record
  6. Urodynamic Tests for UrinaryIncontinence
  7. Retropubic Suspension for UrinaryIncontinence in Women
  8. Urethral Bulking for UrinaryIncontinence
  9. Behavioral Methods for UrinaryIncontinence
  10. Electrical Stimulation for UrinaryIncontinence
  11. Absorbent Products for UrinaryIncontinence
  12. Catheters for UrinaryIncontinence in Men
  13. Artificial Sphincter for UrinaryIncontinence in Men
  14. Total Incontinence
  15. Functional Incontinence
  16. Overflow Incontinence
  17. Bladder Stress Test and Bonney Test for UrinaryIncontinence in Women
  18. Stress Incontinence in Men
  19. Overactive Bladder Discusses overactive bladder, a kind of urge incontinence. Explains what overactive bladder is. Looks at causes and symptoms. Covers how it is diagnosed. Offers home treatment and prevention tips.
  20. Daytime Accidental Wetting (Diurnal Enuresis)
  21. Bed-Wetting in Children
  22. Stress Incontinence in Women: Should I Have Surgery? Guides you through the decision to have surgery for stress incontinence. Explains causes of stress incontinence. Lists risks and benefits of surgery. Explains other treatment choices. Includes interactive tool to help you decide.
  23. Urinary System Includes info on urine tests and urinary tract infections in children, teens, and adults. Also has links to stress incontinence and kidney stone info.
  24. Urge Incontinence in Men
  25. Urethral Sling for Stress Incontinence in Women
  26. Caregiving: Adult Underwear for Incontinence
  27. Urinary Problems and Prostate Cancer
  28. Tension-Free Vaginal Tape for Stress Incontinence in Women
  29. Urinary Problems and Injuries, Age 11 and Younger
  30. Urinary Problems and Injuries, Age 12 and Older
  31. Kegel Exercises
  32. Voiding Log (Bladder Record)
  33. Motivational Therapy for Bed-Wetting
  34. Dementia: Bladder and Bowel Problems
  35. Moisture Alarms for Bed-Wetting
  36. Stroke: Bladder and Bowel Problems
  37. Bed-Wetting: Should My Child See a Doctor? Guides through decision to see a doctor about your child's bed-wetting. Includes common reasons for bed-wetting and discusses what is normal bladder control. Covers benefits and risks. Includes an interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  38. Bed-Wetting: Should I Do Something About My Child's Bed-Wetting? Guides through decision of when to do something about your child's bed-wetting. Includes common reasons and home treatment options for bed-wetting. Covers benefits and risks. Includes an interactive tool to help you make your decision.

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