Archive for the ‘Bladder Control Remedies’ Category


Bladder Infection detection is being made available via devices including bladder scanners and mobile gadgets

Bladder Infection New devices are being made available for the detection of a bladder infection. These devices include bladder scanners and mobile devices. How to Diagnose Bladder Infection Bladder Scanner The SignosRT bladder scanner is an affordable, portable device designed to use ultrasound technology to automatically and non-invasively calculate bladder volume. As a bladder infection […]

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Bladder Problem includes bladder exstrophy, a rare congenital anomaly of the urinary tract

Bladder Problem Bladder exstrophy is a bladder problem considered to be a rare congenital anomaly of the urinary tract. It increases the possibility of the improper formation of the urinary tract during embryonic development. Other than the kidneys, the urinary tract is the other site most frequently affected by congenital malformations. Approximately 1 out of […]

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Overactive Bladder treated with Botox and neuro-modulation and medicated with Flotrol

Overactive Bladder 37 million Americans and more than 500 million people worldwide are affected by an overactive bladder and its related symptoms. Symptoms for an overactive bladder a.k.a. OAB includes a strong need to urinate with leakage i.e. wetting accidents, urgency i.e. a strong need to urinate right away,  and frequency, i.e. urinating often, in […]

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Bladder Obstruction is one cause of an overactive bladder treatable with the daily intake of the Flotrol supplement

Bladder Obstruction While early morning trips to the john may appear to be simple responses to a full bladder, new research suggests a bladder obstruction may actually be influencing various brain areas to this effect, including areas responsible for memory and concentration. One of every 6 U.S. citizens experiences this regular annoyance of frequent bathroom […]

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Overactive Bladder Syndrome medication includes Mirabegron and Flotrol

Overactive Bladder Syndrome According to the U.S. FDA a.k.a. Food and Drug Administration, more than 33 million Americans suffer from overactive bladder syndrome, including 40% of women and 30% of men. Many people don’t seek help because they are either embarrassed or don’t know about therapy options, despite the numerous approved treatments for the condition. […]

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Solution for Overactive Bladder can be any of 12 symptom relief options in addition to Flotrol supplement ingestion

Solution for Overactive Bladder Overactive bladder a.k.a. OAB involves being constantly in the bathroom, having nagging urges to urinate, waking up to go during the night and not making it to the toilet in time. It is a common problem affecting about 40% of women and 30% of men in the US alone. OAB causes […]

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Bladder Cancer resolution can take the form of new chemotherapeutic drugs while prevention can be a matter of taking the Flotrol supplement

Bladder Cancer Cancer care appears to be a simple task of finding the mutated gene that causes cancer and fix it or turn it off. However, cancer is rarely caused by a single gene, rather, it is caused by several genes altered together to put the disease in motion. The challenge then becomes sorting out […]

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Stop Overactive Bladder through botox injection with a very long needle or ingestion of the natural Flotrol supplement

Stop Overactive Bladder Botox has become a popular facial wrinkle remover. It has recently been heralded to be a source of relief for what millions of Americans, males and females alike, deal with on a daily basis, not only as an embarrassing condition but a life quality issue. Botox has been shown to have the […]

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Loss of Bladder Control can be counteracted with moderate weight loss incorporated with Flotrol supplementation

Loss of Bladder Control Loss of bladder control can come in the form of urinary incontinence, which is involuntary urine leakage. Urinary incontinence can occur as stress incontinence, urge incontinence or a mixture of the two. Stress incontinence is caused by some form of exertion such as sneezing or coughing while urge incontinence occur with […]

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Overactive Bladder Treatment finds a most excellent and efficient solution in Flotrol

Overactive Bladder Treatment How do the receptors responsible for bladder contractions regulate the clock genes of the body? What do they have to do with regards to overactive bladder treatment? New research has discovered how the clock genes of the body regulate the cycle of all body cells. The importance of the local biological clock […]

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