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Urinary Incontinence Resources
is loss of bladder control, and it can mean anything from a slight leak to complete inability to maintain control. If you are one of the 25 million Americans who deal with incontinence, here are some reliable resources.
The is a nonprofit association and the world's largest support organization for people with incontinence and promotes public awareness of the condition. The NAFC Web site provides educational materials; glossary of terms; information about women's and men's health, nocturia (bedwetting), and enuresis; ways to find clinical trials in your area; and an interactive map of public bathrooms in your specific area
The is a professional association of urologists -- doctors who treat conditions of the urological system, including incontinence. The organization and its consumer Web site, UrologyHealth.org, provide a range of services and consumer information, including a Urology Health Line (800-828-7866).
The Simon Foundation for Continence
The is dedicated to removing the shame surrounding incontinence and providing help for people with incontinence and their families. The Foundation Web site offers educational materials about incontinence; personal testimonials from people dealing with incontinence, kidney stones, and other urological issues; and information about incontinence products.
represents doctors and other health professionals who treat women with urologic conditions such as incontinence and pelvic floor disorders. The group works to promote research and clinical training for medical professionals.
These books on urinary incontinence have been recommended by the Simon Foundation for Continence and the :
- 100 Questions and Answers about Overactive Bladder and Urinary Incontinenceby Pamela Ellsworth, MD, and David Gordon, MD (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2005). This book provides information on incontinence from the doctor's and the patient's perspectives. It gives practical answers to common questions about incontinence, causes, and treatment options.
- The Incontinence Solution: Answers for Women of All Agesby William H. Parker, MD, Amy Rosenman, MD, and Rachel Parker (Simon and Schuster, 2002). Written specifically for women, The Incontinence Solution focuses on the links between childbirth and incontinence. Surgical and nonsurgical treatments are thoroughly discussed.
- Managing Incontinence: A Guide to Living with Loss of Bladder Controlby Cheryl B. Gartley (Souvenir Press Ltd, 1988). This book deals with incontinence as a health issue that needs to be accepted and understood by society.
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