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Is a Weak Bladder Interfering With Your Workouts?
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I'm one of those learning to live with my bladder troubles. Thank you so much for this informative article!
Thanks for this information!
Thanks for the great article! :)
Wearing protection, but it isn't so bad. It stinks, but I can handle it!
Wearing protection... oh, well.
Thanks, very helpful.
Thanks for the info. Helpful stuff.
Great information. Thank you.
Makes me feel better knowing I'm not the only one
Good read and need-to-know information!
I just went through all the workups with a specialist and the upshot is there is no real solution (for me at leasy for urge incontinence) just long term medication, long term botox injections, or a pacemaker. Imho none of these are solutions. Just once I'd like to see an article on this topic (anywhere, not picking on SP specifically) that actually says that while certain lifestyle changes and medical interventions can help, that there is no real "cure" for OAB.
I'm becoming used to yet another physical annoyance LOL
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