Urinary incontinence affects millions of people, but could a chair that causes the pelvic muscle contractions through electromagnetic waves help?
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Kitty and Nancy, who suffer from urinary incontinence, share whether a chair which uses electromagnetic waves to stimulate the pelvic muscles, helped with their conditions.
The Doctors are joined by urogynecoloigist Dr. Red. Alinsod who uses a revolutionary procedure to treat a medical condition that effects millions of people, urinary incontinence.
The Doctors are joined by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to help Nicole, who says she has been dealing with urinary incontinence following the birth of her second child.
The Doctors take a question from audience member Nicole, who says she suffering from urinary incontinence following the birth of her second child.
Shannon is suffering from incontinence, which began about 7 years ago, and she says's it is ruining her life and affecting her relationships. Can anything be done to help her lead a normal life?
Nicole wonders what she can do about her incontinence after the traumatic birth of her second son. Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz shares some treatments that may be effective.
Shannon and urologist Dr. Faisal Ahmed join The Doctors to discuss the results of her bladder tests.
Shannon suffers from extreme incontinence. She joins The Doctors to see if she can find a solution for this embarrassing problem.