Bladder and Estrogen Formula
Far too often as we age, a lack of estrogen and faulty protein assimilation can cause weakness in the bladder wall which leads to an inability to hold urine. Of course, the first step is to correct the diet to include sufficient protein intake. Always see your healthcare practitioner so as to rule out medical conditions as the cause of the inability to hold urine.
The National Institutes of Health notes: 'The decline of estrogen production after menopause is contributing factor to urinary incontinence' Biofactors 2006;26(3):171-8. The Merck Home Manual Home Edition observes: 'The decrease in estrogen production that occurs after menopause can thin the vaginal and vulvar tissues around the urethra...In addition, a drooping (prolapsed) uterus or bladder may cause poor emptying of the bladder...'. Review in Urology states in 'Use of Herbal Supplements for Overactive Bladder': 'Herbal treatments represent an increasingly popular alternative for treating OAB. A 2002 survey of US adults aged ≥ 18 years conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated 74.6% of those with OAB had used some form of complementary and alternative medicine.'
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