martes, 23 de enero de 2018

Bladder and bowel problems solved!

Harvard Health Publishing

Incontinence can be treated 70% of the time!

Better Bladder and Bowel Control
Here's the good news about incontinence. Treatments today are more effective and less invasive.
Today's medications have fewer side effects.
Exercises can help strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, shoring up those that control the bladder and bowel.
Surgical options include less invasive outpatient procedures that can work as well as older, open surgical procedures.
If you or someone you love struggles with these issues, then don't wait another minute.
Take charge of your health and send for your Special Health Report from Harvard Health.
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It was a beautiful summer evening when Jim’s family gathered to celebrate his 80th birthday.
As the band played “For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow,” and balloons floated onto the dance floor ...
... Jim overheard his eldest son lean over to his sister and whisper, “Dad soiled himself again. Maybe it’s time we put him in a home?”
It's everyone's worst nightmare.
Losing control of your bowels or bladder in public.
Today an estimated 20 million adults struggle with incontinence, which is why many of our elderly race to the bathroom so often and rely on absorbent pads for protection.
These same individuals are often too ashamed to tell their physicians that they struggle with this common medical condition.
The result is needless suffering.
Needless because incontinence can often be cured or significantly improved — 70% of the time!
Now a breakthrough special health report from the physicians at Harvard Medical School — Better Bladder and Bowel Control: Practical strategies for managing incontinence — will answer all your questions about this common medical condition and offer hope and solutions — explaining what you can do right now to minimize the difficulties, and even make incontinence issues disappear altogether.
On page after page of Better Bladder and Bowel Control, you'll get reliable answers to pressing questions such as ...
  • Which strategies work best for your type of incontinence?
  • Which common medications can cause urinary incontinence?
  • Why do some people have a strong urge to urinate even when their bladder isn't full?
After thumbing through your personal volume, you'll come to understand the common causes of urinary and fecal incontinence in men and women and the treatments we have available today for these conditions.
It's like having a dozen free consults with the finest doctors in the world whose goal is to help cure, or greatly reduce, the symptoms of this challenging ailment. This report can help you, or a loved one.
SAVE 30%! When you order your special report from Harvard Health Publishing today!
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To your good health,
Howard E. LeWine, M.D.
Chief Medical Editor, Harvard Health Publishing

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