Urinary Incontinence

Managing Your Urinary Incontinence

What Is Urinary Incontinence? Urinary incontinence is the uncontrollable loss of urine. It is very common, especially in women. Up to 60% of women have incontinence. What Are the Causes of Urinary Incontinence? The two most common types are stress incontinence and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence is losing urine in a spurt or gush with [Read More…]

5 Tips To Effective Bladder Control

As the population ages, doctors are seeing more and more problems like bladder control. Although this is not exclusively due to ageing, a larger number of patients with this condition are over the age of 60 or so. Products like Depend, which were once a very hush-hush type of thing, are now widely recognized and [Read More…]

All About Kegel Exercises

One physical cause of having a less than perfect sex life is our anatomy and its inability to function correctly.  Pelvic muscles can get weak and stop functioning properly leading to a poor sex life.  So let’s talk about how they get weak. Most often it just happens with age. As we get older, we [Read More…]

How to Overcome Embarrassment Over Urinary Incontinence

Many women who suffer with urinary incontinence rarely seek help for this condition. The reason is most likely a mixture of embarrassment and just not believing that the doctor can help. With all the advancements in medical technology, there are good solutions for many types of urinary incontinence. In fact, a urologist can help with [Read More…]

Facts About Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. It presents a hygienic issue as well as a social problem. Imagine being out with friends at dinner and having an awkward accident occur. This scenario does occur with women of all ages but there is help for this condition. Dr. Nancy Lobby has worked with patients for [Read More…]