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Some Alternative Treatments for Urinary Incontinence

A number of alternative treatments are suggested to cope with urinary incontinence such as bladder control training, using pelvic floor muscles (kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles to stop the flow of urine); biofeedback where electrical signals from the vagina or rectum can help you become more aware of your body’s signals; timed voiding and bladder training where you train your body to go to the loo at specific times of the day.

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Bone Densitometry Risks

According to The World Health Organisation some women may not be aware that they are at risk of developing osteoporosis because many bone mineral densitometry (BMD) tests only give results based on two sites, the hips and the spine, which do not give an accurate picture of the whole skeleton.

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Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition of widespread pain and profound fatigue and some of the symptoms of may often be mistaken for those that occur in many gynaecological conditions.

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