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Not all patients with stress urinary incontinence would consider their use, but for those who would, weighted vaginal cones may be a good treatment option.
Go-To Guide for Clinical Care of Midlife Women
Look no further: The North American Menopause Society has issued recommendations that offer the latest information for managing a woman's health through menopause.
GSM: Little Acronym, Big Impact
Improving patient-doctor communication is the goal of genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM), the new name for vaginal atrophy and other menopause symptoms.
New Name for Vulvovaginal Atrophy
Vulvovaginal atrophy, or atrophic vaginitis, is now being called "genitourinary syndrome of menopause," or GSM, according to experts.
Urinary Microbiomes Differ for Women With Urgency Incontinence
The bacteria profile of the bladders of women with urgency urinary incontinence may help with future prevention, diagnosis, and treatment options.
Mixed Incontinence Rx: More High-Quality Evidence Needed
Do you have inconsistent results treating patients with mixed incontinence? It may be because most treatments are too conservative and symptom-based.
Scientists Home In on the Cause of Overactive Bladder
Finding 1: Urine isn’t sterile. Finding 2: All those bacteria in urine may not be so harmless. In fact, for some women, these microbes may cause overactive bladder.
Yoga for Incontinence? A Small Pilot Study Shows Some Benefit
Strengthening pelvic floor muscles through yoga just may be helpful for women with urinary incontinence, particularly stress incontinence.
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