It's possible to live with long-term UI and keep a healthy lifestyle, physically and sexually.
Urinary incontinence can be a normal part of aging, but it's possible to learn to live with it.
Many factors can affect your body's ability to hold in urine, from urgency to muscle weakness.
Sacral nerve stimulation technology is highly effective in treating urinary issues.
Bladder control problems can have you worried to break a sweat, but there are solutions.
Bladder leaks are common, but a variety of helpful items are available.
Some experts recommend yearly pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT) for preventive care.
Leaking urine while exercising is common, but it isn't normal. Your core plays a vital role.
A bladder sling requires highly specialized surgery that benefits more people than you'd think.
Blood in your urine or other conditions that may need treatment. Let a urologist make that call.
Strengthening this muscle group is important for everyone, especially women entering menopause.
Ground Control to Major Tom, do your penis and testicles float in zero gravity?
Don't panic if you pee a little during Pilates—it's common in adult women of all ages.
Beyond prostate issues, several other conditions may be causing your frequent bathroom trips.
Postpartum pelvic floor issues are common, but it is possible to regain control of your body.
Minimally invasive procedures can help you put benign prostatic hyperplasia behind you.
Changes in your urine stream could point to one of two prostate issues. Find out what they are.
Symptom mitigation is key to living with benign prostatic hyperplasia, which can affect any man.
Exercising your pelvic floor now will save you from having to endure serious issues later on.
As exercise, running is an excellent option, but it could contribute to urinary issues.
Pain and erectile issues are just two of the reasons to call the doctor—the sooner the better.
Medications and lifestyle changes can improve quality of life after prostate cancer radiation.
Minimal effort can reap major benefits with these easy exercises—if you know what you're doing.
Are you experiencing urinary incontinence, premature ejaculation or ED? Let’s talk Kegels.
An enlarged prostate can cause symptoms that range from uncomfortable to serious, if untreated.
An enlarged prostate is common, but it's important to learn more about it.