Female bladder control problems may be caused by pregnancy and childbirth, diseases such as urinary tract disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease, certain prescription medications, and nerve damage, according... More »

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Common female bladder problems include various forms of incontinence, as well as the urge to urinate too often, the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases states. Women can suffer from bladder p... More »

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It is possible to learn about female urinary problems at the websites for HealthyWomen or WebMD. Both sites contain a list of urinary problems and the common symptoms that women experience. However, WebMD is for both mal... More »

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Causes of uterine prolapse include pregnancy, childbirth, weakness in the pelvic area, obesity and loss of collagen, according to WebMD. Excessive weight lifting, major surgery in the pelvic region and conditions that le... More »

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Menopause, childbirth, overactive or weak bladder muscles, pregnancy and nerve damage are among the common causes of urinary incontinence in women, according to MedicineNet. To diagnose the condition and determine its ca... More »

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Drinking between eight and 10 glasses of water each day and taking prescription alpha-blocker medications can move kidney stones through the system quickly, according to WebMD. The longer kidney stones stay in the system... More »

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The best way to relieve joint pain is with over-the-counter or prescription nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, or NSAIDS, according to WebMD. Aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen sodium are some of the most common dr... More »

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