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Urinary Incontinence

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  • Urinary incontinence

    Pathophysiology:
    Continence and micturition involve a balance between urethral closure and detrusor muscle activity. Urethral pressure normally exceeds bladder pressure, resulting in urine remaining in the bladder. The proximal urethra and bladder are both within the pelvis. Intra-abdominal pressure increases (from coughing and sneezing) are transmitted to both urethra and bladder equally, leaving the pressure differential unchanged, resulting in continence.

  • Urinary incontinence

    Disease Statistics:
    Urinary incontinence (UI) affects substantial proportions of men; the estimated prevalence of UI varied from 11% among those aged 60 to 64 years to 31% in older men, and from 16% among white men to 21% among African American men. Daily UI was reported by 30% to 47% and weekly UI by 15% to 37% of community-dwelling men.

  • Urinary incontinence

    Treatment:
    Treatment is keyed to the type of incontinence. The usual approaches are as follows: • Stress incontinence - Surgery, pelvic floor physiotherapy, anti-incontinence devices, and medication • Urge incontinence - Changes in diet, behavioral modification, pelvic-floor exercises, and/or medications and new forms of surgical intervention • Mixed incontinence - Anticholinergic drugs and surgery

  • Urinary incontinence

    Research:
    According to the researchers, fun is a recipe for success. “Compliance with the program is a key success factor: the more you practice, the more you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.

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