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How to train the bladder after stroke

Do you know the bladder can be trained after stroke to regain its control? However, according to the experts, it is not the usual practice; instead, Bladder leakage is managed with pads and catheters without treating the cause. Jo Booth, Professor of Rehabilitative Nursing at Glasgow Caledonian University.1 Experts recommend two methods to regain bladder control. Two methods to regain bladder control Train the bladder after stroke Do pelvic floor muscle exercises Who recommends those methods? In 2016, the Royal College of Physicians of their 2016 National Guidelines for Stroke2 recommend the above two methods to regain bladder control after…

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How a stroke causes bladder problems

Stroke can result in either urinary incontinence or retention. It occurs as a result of the killing of neurons that are responsible in regulating the peeing.

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More research on stroke patients’ bladder control needed

Bladder control research among stroke survivors is urgently needed.

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Body-worn absorbent products for incontinence

Anatomy of an absorbent product

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Cochrane reviews on urine incontinence research

Cochrane reviews about urine incontinence

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