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Why Are Bladder Problems More Common In Older Women? Why Are Bladder Problems More Common In Older Women? We’re always surprised by how many women are simply resigned to the fact that they’ll develop bladder leakage problems as they get older. There are many different kinds of incontinence, with different causes and symptoms, and it’s no secret that they become more likely and pronounced as women age.   But why exactly are bladder health issues associated with old age, and what bladder leakage...

The Basics Of The Urinary Tract and Urination The urinary tract is a vital piece of the intricate puzzle of the human body. It serves to safely remove urine, waste, and excess fluids from your system. Let’s look at each of the main parts of the urinary tract to learn more about what each of them does and how each contributes to how the system functions as a whole. The Kidneys The urinary tract includes two kidneys, one on each side of...

Bladder leakage products may be necessary if you’re experiencing a change in bladder health. We’ve previously discussed a number of different ways that you can prevent a urinary tract infection, but are your bladder and UTIs linked to each other? Well, according to an article from Healthline, “urinary incontinence isn’t a condition; it’s a symptom.” They also note that “incontinence could be a sign of something simple like too much fluid consumption, but it also can signal a more serious...

We get it; talking to your doctor about an embarrassing thing like bladder health can be difficult. It’s hard to know how to start, what to say, and how much information to share with your healthcare provider. But don’t worry! We’re here to help. We know how much discomfort having that awkward conversation can cause, but finding bladder leakage solutions needs to be taken care of regardless. Tell your doctor that you’re using Healthy Bladder Plus™ as part of a bladder leakage...

Bladder problems in women can be a major problem. Many women are in the exact same boat as you, and, unfortunately, a number of these women let their embarrassment about the issue keep them from doing anything about it. Because your doctor might not ask you about bladder health during your next physical, it is important for you to be the one doing the talking; the number one thing to keep in mind is that you’re not alone and it...

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