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Registered Nurses for elderly with Urinary incontinence is when the urine is leaked by accident and is common in older adults. It is an annoyance and an embarrassment that needs to be kept in check. The need to urinate more frequently in older adults can be the result of:

  • Weak bladder muscles
  • Overactive bladder muscles
  • Weak pelvic floor muscles
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Constipation
  • Damage to nerves that control the bladder from diseases such as multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or Parkinson’s disease
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Blockage from an enlarged prostate in men
  • Diseases such as arthritis that may make it difficult to get to the bathroom in time

There are different types of incontinence:

  • Stress incontinence when urine leaks as pressure is put on the bladder
  • Urge incontinence when people have a sudden need to urinate
  • Overflow incontinence when small amounts of urine leak from a bladder that is full
  • Functional incontinence when older people with normal bladder control move quickly enough to the toilet

There are diseases where incontinence is a symptom. These include:

  • Neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, a stroke, a brain tumor or even a spinal injury.
  • An enlarged prostate can be a sign of prostate cancer.
  • An obstruction in the urinary tract such as urinary stones or a cancerous tumor.

Controlling your bladder can include:

  • Treating a urinary tract infection with antibiotics.
  • Pelvic muscle exercises (also known as Kegel exercises) work the muscles that you use to stop urinating.
  • Biofeedback uses sensors to make you aware of signals from your body.
  • Timed voiding to urinate on a set schedule.
  • Lifestyle changes like losing weight, quitting smoking, no alcohol, less caffeine, preventing constipation, choosing water instead of other drinks and limiting drinks before bedtime and avoiding lifting heavy objects.
Treatments for Incontinence

Treatments for incontinence include:

  • Medication such as an injection to thicken the urethra or estrogen vaginal cream for women.
  • For women, a medical device, such as a urethral insert to help prevent leaking in a prolapsed bladder or vagina.
  • Nerve stimulation sending mild electric currents to the nerves around the bladder.
  • Surgery to improve or cure incontinence if the cause is a change in the position of the bladder or blockage due to an enlarged prostate.
  • Bladder control products including adult diapers, furniture pads, urine deodorizing pills.

Registered Nurses for Individuals with Urinary Incontinence

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When home healthcare becomes necessary, Royal CareGivers provides skilled home health aide services for the elderly in their homes. A nurse is always available and would be happy to discuss your case with you.

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