Menopause »

… tract Infections , painful or frequent Urination (dysuria) and some degree of urinary Incontinence .

General aches, fatigue, forgetfulness, Depression , Insomnia, irritability and Anxiety are symptoms which have also been reported in association with the menopause. In the longer term, the reduction in oestrogen production removes the protection which women enjoyed against the development of heart disease. By the age of 65, they are reported to be on a par with men with …

Stroke »

… to activity to help reduce any excess strain on your heart.

Difficulties or accidents with Continence can occur following a stroke. Until you regain control more fully over these functions you can try to ensure that you empty your Bladder or bowel well before the activity, and ensure personal hygiene has been attended to. Do not drink anything for up to 2 hours before.

Take your time and learn to be patient. Begin slowly and rediscover what feels good to you now that sensations …

Your Prostate »

… can include Erectile Dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation in almost 90% of cases, and urinary Incontinence. Other methods used can include TURP ( Transuretheral resection of the Prostate) which is less traumatic, laser and high-intensity sound therapies.

What is Prostatitis?

Prostatitis is a common condition which is Inflammation of the gland caused by bacterial infection, possibly from a Urinary tract infection. Apart from the usual Prostate related symptoms described …

Prostate Cancer »

… include Erectile Dysfunction, Retrograde ejaculation in almost 90% of cases, and urinary Incontinence . Other methods used can include TURP ( Transuretheral resection of the Prostate) which is less traumatic, laser and high-intensity sound therapies.

What is Prostatitis?

Prostatitis is a common condition which is Inflammation of the gland caused by bacterial infection, possibly from a Urinary tract infection. Apart from the usual Prostate related symptoms described …

Anus and Rectum »

… they can cause serious damage. The anal sphincter may be ruptured, with bleeding and faecal incontinence resulting. Ruptures in deeper parts of the rectum can result in major abdominal infections and even death.

Remember too that any object used in penetration can become infected and should not put into contact with e.g. the vagina or mouth afterwards, or cross-infection can occur.

Proctitis

Proctitis is an inflammation of the rectum which can result in pain and bleeding. It …