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Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)—Gun and Bullet Analogy

Andrew Siegel MD   11/18/17

With all the violence and senseless shootings in the USA, I hate to even mention the words “guns” and “bullets,” but they do offer a convenient metaphor to better understand the concept of… 790 more words

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Kegels: One Size Does Not Fit All!

Andrew Siegel MD   10/7/17

Athletes use a variety of fitness and strength-training programs to maximize their strength and endurance. A one-size-fits-all approach—the same exercise regimen applied to all—is clearly not advantageous because of the varying functional requirements for different sports.  1,132 more words

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Kegel exercises are designed to strengthen the muscles of the floor of the pelvis. Especially the pubococcygeus muscle, involved in the control of urine, feces and sexual intercourse. 407 more words

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Kegel men exercises, the best treatment for erectile dysfunction

Kegel workouts are targeted at strengthening your muscle mass from the pelvic floor, particularly the pelvic muscle are often extremely effective for the treatment of prostate problems for example kegel men exercises and problems of bladder control problems. 28 more words

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Drinking whilst Disabled - Part 2

The medical information bit

As disabled people we often have a more intimate interest in our bladder than most. At the most extreme end catheters of various sorts are involved. 422 more words

Everyday Life

How to Have Your Best Orgasm

Although sex is not necessarily a goal-based undertaking, it is really frustrating to have sex without a mind-blowing orgasm to top it up. As much as orgasms are a desirable part of sex, they are not automatic and most people just settle for whatever level of orgasmic release they get during sex. 360 more words

Leaking Havoc: Diagnosing And Treating Female Stress Urinary Incontinence

Andrew Siegel, MD  3/4/17

This is the completion of a blog entry uploaded last week entitled “Leaking Havoc: Female Stress Incontinence.”

How is Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) diagnosed and evaluated? 2,008 more words

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