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         Incontinence:     more books (100)
  1. Urinary & Fecal Incontinence: Current Management Concepts (Urinary and Fecal Incontinence) by Dorothy B. Doughty MNRNCWOCNFAAN, 2005-12-15
  2. Managing and Treating Urinary Incontinence, Second Edition by Diane Kaschak Newman, Alan J. Wein, 2008-09-01
  3. Therapeutic Management of Incontinence and Pelvic Pain: Pelvic Organ Disorders
  4. Mayo Clinic On Managing Incontinence
  5. Irritable Bladder & Incontinence: A Natural Approach by Jennifer M. Hunt, 1998-01
  6. Beyond Kegels: Fabulous Four Exercises & More to Prevent & Treat Incontinence 2nd Ed. by Janet A. Hulme, 2002-05-08
  7. Incontinence A Time to Heal with Yoga and Acupressure: A Six Week Exercise Program for People With Simple Stress Urinary Incontinence by Dawn R. Mahowald, Emmey A. Ripoll, 2006-03-22
  8. Urinary and Fecal Incontinence: Nursing Management
  9. The Incontinence Solution: Answers for Women of All Ages by William Parker, Amy Rosenman, et all 2002-06-25
  10. Mayo Clinic on Managing Incontinence (Practical strategies for improving bladder and bowel control)
  11. Female Genital Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence (Vol 4)
  12. Pelvic Dysfunction in Men: Diagnosis and Treatment of Male Incontinence and Erectile Dysfunction (Wiley Series in Nursing) by Grace Dorey, 2006-08-30
  13. Incontinence (Phoenix Poets Series) by Susan Hahn, 1993-11-01
  14. Incontinence 4th edition by Paul Abrams, Linda cardozo, et all 2009-04-01

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2. Urinary Incontinence In Children
Presented is an in depth look at incontinence is children. Included are both nighttime and daytime Category Health Conditions and Diseases incontinence...... incontinence. It is twice as common in boys as in girls. What CausesNighttime incontinence? What Causes Daytime incontinence? Daytime

In the United States, at least 13 million people have problems holding urine until they can get to a toilet. This loss of urinary control is called "urinary incontinence" or just "incontinence." Although it affects many young people, it usually disappears naturally over time, which suggests that incontinence, for some people, may be a normal part of growing up. No matter when it happens or how often it happens, incontinence causes great distress. It may get in the way of a good night's sleep and is embarrassing when it happens during the day. That's why it is important to understand that occasional incontinence is a normal part of growing up and that treatment is available for most children who have difficulty controlling their bladders.
How Does the Urinary System Work?
Urination, or voiding, is a complex activity. The bladder is a balloonlike muscle that lies in the lowest part of the abdomen. The bladder stores urine, then releases it through the urethra, the canal that carries urine to the outside of the body. Controlling this activity involves nerves, muscles, the spinal cord, and the brain. The bladder is made of two types of muscles: the detrusor, a muscular sac that stores urine and squeezes to empty, and the sphincter, a circular group of muscles at the bottom or neck of the bladder that automatically stay contracted to hold the urine in and automatically relax when the detrusor contracts to let the urine into the urethra. A third group of muscles below the bladder (pelvic floor muscles) can contract to keep urine back.

3. Entry Page For New Urinary Fecal Incontinence, Pelvic Pain, Sexual Dysfunctions
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4. Incontinence And Medical Links Library® |
Urinary incontinence is an inability to hold your urine until you get to a toilet. More than 13 million people in the United Statesmale and female, young and oldexperience incontinence.
Incontinence and Medical Links Library®
A page of extensive, informative incontinence and medical links from around the world
Urinary Incontinence Links

5. Epidemiology And Management Of Female Urinary Incontinence
Short synopsis of studies and links to other papers on UI.
Female urinary incontinence - studies of epidemiology and management in general practice
By Hogne Sandvik
Female urinary incontinence (UI) is a condition with severe economic and psychosocial impact . I have studied the epidemiology of UI in the general female population and the prevailing management of UI by Norwegian general practitioners (GPs). Those who are interested in more details, may take a look at the synopsis below. The main conclusions that may be drawn from these studies are that UI is very prevalent among adult women, mostly in the form of stress incontinence. At least 6% may be regarded as potential patients. Although complicated by methodological difficulties, studies of GPs' management indicate that available therapeutic tools are not used to their full potential. A literature review demonstrates that the history is the most important diagnostic tool in general practice, and that the value of clinical investigations is poorly documented.
The general purpose of the present investigations was to describe the epidemiology of UI in the adult female population, and to describe the management offered these patients by Norwegian GPs. Secondly, the validity of some of the employed methods was investigated. Studies were undertaken with the following specific aims:
  • to validate a severity index and diagnostic questions for different types of female UI
  • to describe the prevalence of female UI in the general adult population, according to different types and severity

6. ASCRS: Patient Brochure - Bowel Incontinence
Answer Dagmar. incontinence can occur for a number of reasons.
Revised 1996
Bowel Incontinence
What is incontinence?
Incontinence is the impaired ability to control gas or stool. Its severity ranges from mild difficulty with gas control to severe loss of control over liquid and formed stools. Incontinence to stool is a common problem, but often it is not discussed due to embarassment. Both bladder and bowel incontinence are problems that tend to increase with age.
What causes incontinence?
There are many causes of incontinence. Injury during childbirth is one of the most common causes. These injuries may cause a separation in the anal muscles and decrease in muscle strength. The nerves supplying the anal muscles may also be injured. While some injuries may be recognized immediately following childbirth, many others may go unnoticed and not become a problem until later in life. In these situations, past childbirth may not be recognized as the cause of incontinence. Anal operations or injury to the tissue surrounding the anal region similarly can damage the anal muscles and hinder bowel control. Infections around the anal area may destroy muscle tissue leading to problems of incontinence. In addition, as people age, they experience loss of strength in the anal muscles. As a result, a minor problem in a younger person may become more significant later in life. Diarrhea may be associated with a feeling of urgency or stool leakage due to the frequent liquid stools passing through the anal opening. If bleeding accompanies lack of bowel control, consult your physician. These symptoms may indicate inflammation within the colon (colitis), a rectal tumor, or rectal prolapse - all conditions that require prompt evaluation by a physician.

7. The Journal Of Female Urinary Incontinence
Information on the current issue about female urinary incontinence.
URINARY INCONTINENCE Volume 6 - January - July - 2002 This page is your eletronic link to The Journal of Female Incontinence where you can find information on the current issue about female urinary incontinence
São Paulo State University - UNESP
Departament of Urology - Urogynecology Group
18618-970 - Botucatu - SP - Brasil
E-Mail: Access since 29/03/99 - last update 14 nov 2002
Realization: Department of Urology

8. A Better Absorbent Incontinence Product
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9. About Incontinence
Support and reliable information about causes and treatment of this surprisingly common disorder.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Intestinal...... by the International Organization for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD),this site provides advice and support to people living with incontinence.
IFFGD Congressional Testimony
IFFGD Meeting: Advancing Treatment of Incontinence IFFGD 5th
Intl Symposium on Functional GI Disorders
Contact IFFGD
Visit these IFFGD sites:


GI Disorders

About Incontinence "It's difficult to imagine the devastating impact bowel incontinence can have on a person's life without experiencing it directly. This is a disorder that people feel they must hide from others and talk about only in whispers." Many otherwise healthy, active individuals suffer from incontinence. Fecal incontinence (also called bowel incontinence or anal incontinence) affects people of all ages. It may be defined as the involuntary loss of solid or liquid stool sufficient enough to result in impaired quality of life for the individual.
Frequent or involuntary passage of gas (flatus) without loss of fecal material, while not clinically defined as incontinence, may also impair a person's quality of life and warrant treatment. Incontinence is a distressing and isolating condition. Many people fail to report it, even to their own physician.

10. Reusable Incontinence Products - Underpads, Briefs, Diapers & Drawsheets - Beck'
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11. The Continence Foundation
too common, especially if you laugh, sneeze or exercise ("stress incontinence"). Less common is leakage from the bowel.
Home News Conferences Aims and activities ... Printer friendly The Continence Foundation Homepage
For People with Bladder and Bowel Problems
Who can we help?
  • People who have any problem with their bladder or bowels. The professionals who provide services. People who want services to improve.
We are not only here for people who would call themselves "incontinent". Leakage from the bladder is all too common, especially if you laugh, sneeze or exercise ("stress incontinence"). Less common is leakage from the bowel. But other problems are:
  • needing often to hurry to the toilet to empty your bladder needing to empty your bladder very many times a day having to get up several times a night to go wetting the bed in your sleep - can happen to people of all ages, not only children your bladder does not empty completely you need adaptations to your home or your clothes to make going to the toilet easier you have a learning difficulty or memory problems that affect your ability to use the toilet
The most important thing is that treatments are available for all of these problems. Some people can be completely cured, others will feel a whole lot better.

12. Answers To FAQs And Articles About Female Urinary Problems And Incontinence From
FAQs about voiding pain and difficulties, blood in urine, frequent urinary tract infections, nighttime urinary urgency and incontinence and the influence of fibroids and endometriosis on urinary function.

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Incontinence Center at Wellweb Stress incontinence with cough
I have been sick the whole week and when I cough my bladder will let urine go even though I did not feel like I had to go to the bathroom. I don't have any type of abdominal pain. Should I be concerned about this?

13. Urinary Incontinence In Women
Extensive data base of information by the National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse.Category Health Conditions and Diseases incontinence...... Figure 1.Front view of bladder and sphincter muscles. What Are the Typesof incontinence? Stress incontinence. The Types of Urinary incontinence.

Also see:
Bladder Control for Women

Urinary incontinence is an inability to hold your urine until you get to a toilet. More than 13 million people in the United Statesmale and female, young and oldexperience incontinence. It is often temporary, and it always results from an underlying medical condition. (In this fact sheet, the term "incontinence" will be used to mean urinary incontinence.) Women experience incontinence twice as often as men. Pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, and the structure of the female urinary tract account for this difference. But both women and men can become incontinent from neurologic injury, birth defects, strokes, multiple sclerosis, and physical problems associated with aging. Older women, more often than younger women, experience incontinence. But incontinence is not inevitable with age. Incontinence is treatable and often curable at all ages. If you experience incontinence, you may feel embarrassed. It may help you to remember that loss of bladder control can be treated. You will need to overcome your embarrassment and see a doctor to learn if you need treatment for an underlying medical condition. Incontinence in women usually occurs because of problems with muscles that help to hold or release urine. The body stores urinewater and wastes removed by the kidneysin the bladder, a balloon-like organ. The bladder connects to the urethra, the tube through which urine leaves the body.

14. Welcome To Incontinence.Org
Providing information on incontinence, including FAQs and a message board.Category Health Conditions and Diseases incontinence......Portions of this site have been reproduced from various AFUD patient educationprograms sponsored by Bard urological Divsion, Eli Lilly and Company, Medeva
Portions of this site have been reproduced from various A.F.U.D. patient education programs sponsored by
and Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories. We would like to thank all our supporters for bringing this serious subject to the forefront.

15. Incontinence Resource Center Is You Best Source For Incontinence Support And Inf
Large data base of information for this disorder. Included chat room, email list, numerous links to Category Health Conditions and Diseases incontinence......The incontinence Resource Center is the largest incontinence related site on thenet of it's kind. 02/04/03 New product for female incontinence, check it out!
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Incontinence effects millions of people every day. While many adults still "whisper" the word, incontinent products and adult diapers fill a complete aisle in drug and department stores everywhere. Logic would dictate that in our profit driven society, there must be millions of customers for these products. Doctors claim 15 million in the United States alone. We suspect that figure is quite conservative. The IRC provides an opportunity for incontinent adults to hear from others who have traveled the same road. Undergone the same tests. Worn the same diapers. Had the same embarrassing accidents. The sharing of ideas and experiences is what the IRC is all about. Incontinence should not be debilitating. It is merely an inconvenience and modern technology has given us many tools, which allow us to control our problem and go on with our every day lives. Through our articles, product and adult diaper reviews, forum, IRC chat links and manufacturer links, we hope to assist incontinent people in finding the right products for themselves. We will provide the information necessary to allow a person to live with incontinence rather than be controlled by it.

16. SomnoGuard, Snoring, Sleep Apnea, Femcon, Vaginal Cones, Incontinence, Maternity
Offers medical products such as Femcon for urinary stress incontinence, postpartum pelvic floor training, intrauterine devices (IUDs) for contraception and proMaternity garments to prevent physical discomfort during pregnancy.
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17. National Association For Continence
incontinence and You. incontinence (inCONT-ti-nunce), or loss of bladderor bowel control, is a symptom - not a disease in itself.
Incontinence and You
What is Incontinence

Types of Incontinence

Finding Help

Treatment Options
Frequently Asked Questions
Membership is one of the best ways for you to keep up-to-date on the latest developments in treatment and therapies, as well as find support and resources. Become a member of the NAFC, and you will receive benefits including on-line resources, a newsletter, and access to a variety of services.
Simply fill out the on-line application form.

Incontinence (in-CONT-ti-nunce), or loss of bladder or bowel control, is a symptom - not a disease in itself. A broad range of conditions and disorders can cause incontinence, including birth defects, pelvic surgery, injuries to the pelvic region or to the spinal cord, neurological diseases, multiple sclerosis, poliomyelitis, infection, and degenerative changes associated with aging. It can also occur as a result of pregnancy or childbirth. More facts about incontinence There are five basic types of incontinence:
  • Urge incontinence
    the urgent need to pass urine and the inability to get to a toilet in time, occurs when nerve passages along the pathway from the bladder to the brain are damaged, causing a sudden bladder contraction that cannot be consciously inhibited.

18. Incontinence Support At
Resource on female and male incontinence conditions. Comprehensive directory of links to care organizatio Category Business Healthcare Hygiene Disposables Resources......incontinence support and education is offered by Depend. incontinence is alwaysa symptom or side effect of another medical condition. Help is available!



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People with incontinence, the involuntary loss of bladder or bowel control, shouldn't feel embarrassed or alone. It affects over 19 million people in North America. It is not a disease, and it is not an inevitable part of growing older. Incontinence is always a symptom or side effect of another medical condition. Help is available! Incontinence can often be cured, and it can always be managed. Your First Step
Talk with your doctor about your condition. You'll be on your way to regaining an active and confident life. In addition, take a few moments to learn more about the causes, prevention, treatment and cure of incontinence. The most common forms of incontinence are explained as well as what to expect from your doctor. Prostate problems and related treatments are the most frequent causes of urinary incontinence in men. Incontinence is not a necessary part of growing older. The proper diet and exercise combined with a variety of medical treatments can make a huge difference. 125 Links to organizations specializing in:
Care Giving
Health Other Issues for Seniors Suggested Reading Answers to common questions about incontinence and available treatment options.

19. Incontinent. Com
Informational resource on adult incontinence. Library of articles. Detailed FAQ. Guide to types of incontinence. Available treatments, and pelvic exercises. List of retail shops. Links to related sites.

20. Welcome To HOSPECO
USA. Personal care and hygiene products for the retail and institutional markets. Feminine hygiene, sanitary napkins, baby diapers and wipes, adult incontinence products, and washroom accessories. MSDS data. Articles and publications. List of events. Links to related sites.
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