Articles for topic: bladder
Do you really know what to expect at menopause? If you are not sure, this article can help.
An over active bladder can be problematic but did you realise how much difference your diet can make?
Bladder infections – or urinary tract infections (UTIs) – are common during the menopause and are caused by a bacterial infection.
Does your bladder nag you out of bed overnight? There are many possible causes, so check these out.
It happens to most of us, and it’s no laughing matter.
You know about the physical problems with bladder leakage, but don’t underestimate the effect it has on your emotional life too.
Once you get close to menopause it doesn’t look or function the same as it did when you were younger.
At menopause urinary tract infections are more common, and once again it is down to the changing hormone levels, but natural help is at hand.
Some experts believe 1 in 2 women have a lifetime risk of getting one and some get repeat infections.
Over time our pelvic muscles can weaken, and that can mean problems for your bladder.