Do you know what to do to prevent urinary incontinence?
This is definitely a good question because, for many of us, our bladder is something that we own but don’t really pay too much attention to. As weird as it sounds, we’re not aware of its health until it stops working properly. And then we rush to the closest doctor for immediate treatment.
Believe it or not, it’s much easier to prevent urinary incontinence than to get an expensive treatment for it. If you get a really bad infection, it can cause painful urination, or leakage when you expect less. Here are 10 things you can do to keep your bladder as healthy as possible, even if you have no control over everything that affects it:
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