Prolapse. What is it and what can be done. What is a Cystocele, Rectocele, Prolapse of Uterus, Prolapse of Vagina, Stress Urinary Incontinence. Treatment Options
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Hot flashes that bedevil many women in menopause might actually be a good thing, depending on when they strike, according to new data from a long-running government study.
In a recent study in the February issue of Menopause, Isoflavones, a group of compounds found in plants, has been shown to reduce insomnia in postmenopausal women. The study also noted a decrease in hot flashes as well.
Botox injections may be best known for smoothing facial lines, but they may also help soothe an overactive bladder, a small study shows. UK researchers found that among 34 patients with stubborn overactive bladder symptoms, those treated with Botox showed improvements in symptoms and quality of life that lasted up to six months. The findings,…Read the Rest of Article
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A lot has changed since I wrote the first Confident Choices IC diet book! In 2009, a collaboration among IC diet experts in the United States created the first standardized IC Diet Food List based on the first scientific validation of food affecting IC patients. We also know more about how stress affects IC, and…Read the Rest of Article
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