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Women and LUTS: Atonic Bladder

Posted by Helene Klasson, June 14 2018

Many women with a Spinal Cord Injury, Spina Bifida, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or injury from child birth have difficulties emptying the bladder. In this article we focus on the reason: Atonic Bladder.

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Topics: Women's health, LUTS

Women and LUTS: Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

Posted by Helene Klasson, June 7 2018

Pelvic organ prolapse is a very common female health condition. Exactly how common varies widely across studies, depending on the population studied, but symptoms are seen in 30-76% of women in routine gynecology care.

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Topics: Women's health, Intermittent Catheterization, Bladder dysfunction

Women and LUTS: Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Posted by Helene Klasson, May 31 2018

An overactive bladder can be both stressful and embarrassing, causing frequent sprints to the bathroom. A correct diagnosis is essential for getting the right help.

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Topics: Women's health

Intermittent Catheterization in women

Posted by Helene Klasson, May 24 2018

It takes a little while to get used to urinary catheters, especially if you are a woman – that’s an unfortunate fact. In this post, we'll help you overcome the barriers! 

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Topics: Women's health, Intermittent Catheterization

3 most common female bladder problems

Posted by Helene Klasson, May 17 2018

A burning sensation, sprints to the bathroom or just a little dribble? Symptoms from the lower urinary tract (LUTS) are extremely common in women, but nevertheless both unpleasant and embarrassing. We will help you to sort the terms.

 

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Topics: Women's health, LUTS, Bladder dysfunction