Bladder Control Treatment and Exercises
Most people have bladder control problems (aka. urinary incontinence) at some time or other in their life, this is most certainly not just a disability thing, weak bladders and a lack of bladder control can happen to the disabled and non-disabled. It is reported that the UK alone has 6 million adults that are unable to control their bladders as they would wish.
This section is designed to offer bladder control advice, support and products such as clothes advice, treatment details and information that may offer help and assistance with a number of bladder control measures and assisting with a range of often embarrassing urinary incontinence issues.
London Women’s Centre is a leading UK gynaecology and urogynaecology practice, specialising in treatment for a range of women’s issues, including bladder problems and stress incontinence, endometriosis, vaginal atrophy, menopause, fibroids and labial reconstructive surgery. Site offers treatment details, testimonials and appointment contact.
A site that provides advice, treatment details and facts and statistics that help to understand and control weak bladder issues.
Offering a number of short five-minute exercises to assist with bladder control involving strengthening pelvic muscles.
Information and resources provided by the National Kidney and Urology Diseases Information Clearinghouse about the different types of bladder problems with treatment information, exercise tips and an overview of what causes bladder control problems.
Offers bladder control advice, meassage boards and a chat room plus online bladder control related urinary incontinence resources.
Advice, information and product details from the Continence Foundation to assist with weak bladders and bladder control. Includes publications and treatments.
Provides official advice, treatment details and facts about urinary incontinence along with causes and an explaination of how the bladder works.