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WebMD lists a diet change, timed voiding, pelvic floor exercises, medication, Botox and biofeedback as ways to control bladder spasms. The best choice of remedy typically depends on the cause of the bladder spasms. More »

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One of the most common ways to treat bladder spasms is with medicines that help the bladder relax, called anticholinergics, according to WebMD. Some types of antidepressants and sedatives can also help relax the bladder. More »

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There are a number of recommended treatments for back spasms, including a few days of bed rest and lying on the floor with pillows under the knees, according to HowStuffWorks. Over-the-counter pain medication and applyin... More »

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Bladder pain, irritation and inflammation can be controlled by diet, pelvic-floor exercises and medication, reports WebMD. In worst-case scenarios, surgery or other procedures may be performed to help relieve the pain. More »

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WebMD recommends doing Kegel exercises to tighten the pelvic floor's muscles as a treatment for mild to moderate bladder prolapse. MuTu System, however, suggests that Kegel exercises are inadequate and instead recommends... More »

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Kegal exercises work for bladder control as they help the strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that hold up and support the bladder, according to WebMD. When these muscles are weak, people are at a greater risk of involun... More »

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Performing kegel pelvic floor exercises, eating a diet high in fiber and maintaining a healthy weight are initial lifestyle changes used to treat pelvic organ prolapse, according to WebMD. Medications, such as estrogen, ... More »

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