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Information for Incontinence Sufferers and their Care Givers
Urinary incontinence (UI) is the medical term for accidental urinary leakage. It is a problem for more than 13 million Americans — 85 percent of them women.
Fecal (bowel) incontinence is the involuntary loss of flatus, liquid, or stool. One out of 13 adults in the United States suffers from problems with fecal incontinence.
Do not let Urinary Incontinence incapacitate you. Many people have bladder weakness problems, and other people suffer from Bowel Incontinence -- a problem that is often underreported. If you are a sufferer and are looking for support, medical advice, or perhaps, need help with choosing better quality or more suitable incontinence products, which can give you, back your control, mobility and freedom, we invite you to browse the LL Medico Incontinence/Medical products catalog for guidance. Plastic pants over adult cloth diapers, pads and incontinence pants are products being used just for maintenance of Urinary Incontinence as well as those who suffer from Fecal Incontinence, various devices and drugs are used in treatment of these Incontinence problems. Urinary Incontinence and Fecal Incontinenceare more than often treatable conditions; we suggest you look at our well-researched list of helpful medical web sites to support and as an educational guide to proper medical attention and also to help you understand these manageable conditions. A correct diagnosis for Urinary Incontinence as well as Fecal Incontinence is extremely important for finding proper treatment and care as well. Even though absorbent products will not cure incontinence, we do welcome you to browse our extensive online catalog for adult and children related incontinence products, that possible can help you manage your special condition and needs. You are also strongly advised to discuss with your Doctor/Physician of the possible of a comprehensive medical examination that is necessary to detect contributory factors and any underlying serious medical conditions and follow up treatments thereof. LL Medico complies with the HONcode standard for health trust-worthy information.
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