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Urinary incontinence is the inability to control urination, which involuntarily occurs, leading to social and/or hygienic problems. With the studies carried out to investigate the incidence of urinary incontinence in our country, it has been found out that 40-69% of menopausal women and 20-46% of women of reproductive age...
There is No Shame in Urinary Incontinence, This condition, affecting mostly women, is hidden as if it is not being experienced. While a large number of women suffer from urinary incontinence complaint, the number of admissions to hospital is quite small. This problem is generally considered as a shameful...
Uncontrolled leak of urine from the bladder at inappropriate times is called urinary incontinence. People may have urge to go to the toilet and may not have a chance to get to the toilet, or it is noticed that urine leaked and wetted the underwear in unexpected moments. Many...
Everything about urinary incontinence in forty questions  What is urinary incontinence? 
 Urinary incontinence is the condition of uncontrolled leakage of urine which causes a social and/or hygienic problem 
. When is urinary incontinence considered to be normal? 
 Urinary incontinence is considered normal and not treated in...
How are Kegel Exercises Done? There are three most common forms of urinary incontinence in women: Stress incontinence: It is the condition of urinary incontinence during the activities increasing the intraabdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing and laughing. It is caused by the weakened anatomical support of the bladder and urinary...
TOT OPERATION (TRANSOBTURATOR TAPE) FOR URINARY INCONTINENCE Urinary incontinence ocurring in cases of increased intraabdominal pressure such as coughing and laughing is called stress incontinence, and its treatment is surgery. TOT operation is the most recent operation used for stress incontinence. In this operation, a tape, 1 cm in width,...
TVT OPERATION (TENSION-FREE VAGINAL TAPE) FOR URINARY INCONTINENCE Urinary incontinence ocurring in cases of increased intraabdominal pressure such as coughing and laughing is called stress incontinence, and its treatment is surgery.  TVT operation started to be used from the mid-1990s instead of long-lasting surgeries performed under general anesthesia which required...
Overactive bladder treatment, it is a syndrome related to urinary incontinence. Although the incidence varies from country to country, this syndrome is seen in one-third of women aged above 18 years. Women who experience this condition usually have: frequent urination, frequent urination at night (nocturia) sudden urge to urinate ...
Magnetic chair for urinary incontinence, (Extracorporeal magnetic innervation: ExMI) The lower part of the abdominal cavity consists of a muscular layer, called the pelvic floor. This muscular layer helps keep the abdominal organs inside as well as provides urination, defecation and vaginal functions. This weakened and sagging muscular layer...
Magnetic chair treatment for urinary incontinence, bladder and genital organs are located in the structure, called the pelvis. The pelvic floor consists of strong muscles and ligaments to keep the abdominal organs in their places. Magnetic chair for urinary incontinence, these muscles and ligaments keep the abdominal organs in their...