Posts Tagged ‘incontinence’

Dr. Grady Bruce Provides Important Tips about Urinary Incontinence and Exercise to Reader’s Digest

by |   June 21st, 2016

Most women think the best way to prevent urinary leakage during exercise is to simply avoid it. Not so, says Dr. Grady Bruce. He was recently interviewed by Reader’s Digest about ways to help with this annoying and sometimes embarrassing condition. “Getting fit is one of the best things you can do for your body
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Bladder Problems and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

by |   August 6th, 2015

At Urology Austin, we see many patients who suffer from the bladder consequences from multiple sclerosis, or MS. That’s because the bladder and surrounding muscles are controlled by the central nervous system, which is the primary target of MS. Common bladder dysfunction symptoms are: Urgency: the intense feeling to urinate immediately Frequency: visiting the bathroom
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Dr. Herb Singh Discusses How Health Issues Can Affect Intimacy KXAN News

by |   June 26th, 2015

Valentine’s Day isn’t usually considered an important day for Men’s Health issues, but there are several embarrassing yet common conditions such as Low T, ED, and Incontinence, that can take the romance right out of the day.  Dr. Herb Singh, a urologist with Urology Austin, sits down for a live in-studio interview with KXAN to
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There’s No ‘P’ in Mother’s Day

by |   May 7th, 2015

Don’t Let Bladder Problems Ruin Your Special Day Let’s face it. As much as we all love being moms, childbearing can leave some not-so-desirable, long-lasting effects, including bladder issues. One in four women over the age of 18 will suffer from incontinence at some point in their lives. And many of these women will suffer
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Intimacy Obstacles on Valentine’s Day

by |   February 11th, 2015

Has Cupid left the bedroom because of your incontinence, ED (erectile dysfunction), or Low T (low testosterone)? While these may seem like embarrassing issues, they are more common than you think. Find out if your symptoms are likely indicators of these conditions, and what treatments exist so they don’t ruin your romance on Valentine’s Day!
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