Bothersome or not, lower urinary tract symptoms increase mortality risk in men.
Patients claim implanted mesh caused them pain, bleeding, infections, and required surgical removal
A Japanese study is the first to demonstrate the potential of saw palmetto extract to ameliorate lower urinary tract symptoms in adult women, according to investigators.
Rate of patient-reported success similar for women in mini-sling, mid-urethral sling groups at 15 months, 36 months
Frailty should be strongly considered before pursuing sling surgery in older women, according to investigators.
Outcomes even worse for hospitalized patients with incontinence who require treatment of incontinence-associated dermatitis
Long-term post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence affects 3% to 10% of patients.
Mesh removal often does not improve symptoms among women with pain after urogynecological mesh insertion
The finding is from the first population-based prevalence study of nocturnal polyuria to include both men and women, according to researchers.