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The Connection Between Obesity and Incontinence

The Connection Between Obesity and Incontinence

Many people think incontinence is just an ageing problem. But, it is an actual health condition that is manageable, if not treatable. Incontinence is, basically, an involuntary release of urine or faeces, due to lack of bladder or bowel control. In many cases, it is just a temporary problem and can be either managed with adult incontinence diapers or treated simply by treating the root cause. However, if it is not treatable, the only option left for the patient is to manage it with adult diapers, Kegel exercises, and bladder training, with utmost care, else it can not only get exhausting but can also lead to depression and stress. Other than type-2 diabetes, pregnancy, childbirth, Alzheimer’s disease, and prostate surgery,...
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Why Adult Diapers are Safer and Better than Urinary Catheters

Why Adult Diapers are Safer and Better than Urinary Catheters

Seema Agarwal, a teacher at Subodh Public School in Jaipur, met with an accident last year, while returning from work. She was under treatment in a hospital for two weeks. She regained consciousness after two days, but had restricted mobility. It was difficult to visit the toilet without someone’s constant support, which turned into mild incontinence pretty quickly. The doctor suggested using a female urinary catheter to temporarily manage her incontinence. When she spoke to us about her experience, she mentioned how painful and annoying it was. Even after complete recovery, she consulted her doctor about the pain she was feeling in her bladder, which turned out to be a Urinary Tract Infection. The doctor, then, prescribed medication and recommended...
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How to Manage Incontinence in People with Alzheimer's Disease

How to Manage Incontinence in People with Alzheimer's Disease

Everyday tasks can become very challenging when one suffers from incontinence, if it is not managed on time, regardless of whether it is a result of Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, pregnancy, childbirth, prostate surgery, or any other cause. Alzheimer’s disease is one of the conditions that can cause urinary incontinence.  Unfortunately, it is impossible for people with Alzheimer’s to manage incontinence on their own, as they are not able to carry out everyday tasks, like going to the toilet on time or changing their clothes. This disease is associated with memory loss and impairment of cognitive functions, which means it can also lead to dementia. So, there can be different reasons for incontinence episodes in people with Alzheimer’s,...
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