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The Wall Street Journal (1/11, Hobson) "Health Blog" reported that some 65% of men experience incontinence after undergoing surgery for prostate cancer. Some patients opt for more surgery to correct the issue. Now, however, a paper appearing in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that a therapy, often prescribed for women, may help relieve the problem.
The behavioral intervention consisted of four visits scheduled two weeks apart,. Men received education on their pelvic floor anatomy and learned how to do the pelvic-floor-muscle exercises. They were also advised to hold their urine stream during voiding once a day for two weeks, keep a bladder diary, avoid caffeine, and to distribute their fluid throughout the day.
After eight weeks, the researchers found that the average number of incontinence episodes dropped 55 percent, for the men in the behavioral therapy group, and down 51 percent, for men who'd had biofeedback and electrical stimulation as well as behavioral therapy. The control group had a 24 percent reduction, on average, in incontinence episodes.

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