Lower your blood sugar and lessen incontinence – Being diabetic can be a cause of incontinence 

According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 10% of Americans have Type 2 diabetes. With Type 2 diabetes, the body is unable to maintain adequate glucose levels. A common consequence is incontinence. You may be able to lessen the impact of incontinence by lowering your blood sugar.   How does diabetes cause incontinence?   […]

The Dangers of Not Going to the Bathroom

Not going to the bathroom on a regular basis can be harmful to your bladder and other organs in the urinary system. A typical adult will go to the bathroom 4 to 7 times a day, but it depends on your personal body and individual factors including age, size of bladder, medical conditions, and bladder […]

Why am I incontinent – 10 reasons you may be incontinent 

Incontinence, or the involuntary leakage of urine, is a common problem affecting millions of men every day around the world and over 5 million men in the United States. Causes may vary, but here are 10 of the most frequent reasons for incontinence.     Prostate treatment   Incontinence often results when the prostate becomes […]

Bladder hacks: Here are some tips you need to know about to help with bladder control

Even when you are managing incontinence there are things you can do to support bladder health. These tips may improve symptoms or prevent them from worsening. Experiment and see which strategies are most helpful for you.   Strengthen your pelvic floor Kegel exercises aren’t just for women. Men can use them to regain some or […]

Catheters aren’t as bad as you have imagined – Here you’ll find some positive facts about catheters 

Using a catheter can take some getting used to. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll enjoy the freedom and convenience they offer. Read on to learn more.   Freedom from worry Many guys managing incontinence worry so much about leaks and accidents they stop doing the things they enjoy. Men’s Liberty has developed […]

Am I really incontinent – 4 signs that may call for a doctor visit 

Incontinence or the involuntary release of urine, is a common medical condition. Still, it can feel embarrassing and difficult to talk about. Are you ignoring signs that may point to incontinence? These tips will help you decode your body’s signals.   You notice urine leakage You may have noticed that urine leaks when you lift, […]

Catheters on the job – Know how to care for yourself to lower infection rate 

Catheters offer convenience and protection that absorbents just can’t match. Despite their many advantages, some catheters carry significant risk of infection (UTI). That risk can increase when you’re out and about. Are you using a catheter at work? Stay comfortable and safe with these tips.   Wash hands thoroughly Indwelling and intermittent catheters require insertion. […]