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"Don't make me laugh": Incontinence isn't funny


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  • Website: Evidently Cochrane
  • Resource type: Blog

Summary - The message of this resource is:

Use pelvic floor muscle training to help prevent and treat urinary incontinence. Other types of treatments for urinary incontinence include bladder training, medicines and continence pessaries.


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Keywords

vaignal cone, PFMT, pee, urine, wetting


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Rated on: 3/8/2017 4:41:44 PM

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