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Treatment group participants improved toileting skills with 150 minutes of walking per week and twice weekly strength training classes.
Satisfaction was equally high 3 months after prolapse surgery in women who were instructed to liberally resume activities compared with those instructed to restrict postoperative activities.
Erosions occurred in 2.7% of patients compared with 1.6% of patients who underwent SUI sling implantation alone.
Overall, 37 and 74% of the men reported improvement in urgency and urge incontinence, respectively.
Compared with sacral neuromodulation, onabotulinumtoxinA resulted in a small improvement.
After 10 years, objective and subjective cure rates were 69 and 64%, respectively.
Randomized trial shows cost-effectiveness of trans-obturator versus tension-free vaginal tape.
Consistent mean reductions in urinary incontinence; durable improvements in quality of life.
Incidence of UI among men with OSA was 2.3%.
The number of urinary incontinence visits has increased from 10.7 million to 13.6 million since 1999.
Significantly higher M1/M2 cytokines, chemokines, MMP-9 and -2 in women with mesh-vagina explants.
Large prostates and bladder neck sparing also predict longer time to return of continence.
TURP and EBRT after seed implantation are associated with development of urge urinary incontinence.
In second study, exercise also found to improve nocturia.
Pelvic floor exercises appear to improve symptoms more than watchful waiting in older women.
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