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Dr. Cornella, a physician at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, discusses how a woman may benefit financially from treating her urinary incontinence symptoms.
Dr. Cornella explains that while 70% of women will not have urinary incontinence immediately following pregnancy, they may develop incontinence later in life. Dr.
Dr. Cornella, who practices medicine at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, provides hope for women who struggle with urinary incontinence.
Dr. Eilber shares the surgical procedures used most often to treat stress incontinence.
Dr. Eilber introduces herself and describes urinary incontinence and its risk factors.
Dr. Eilber explains the difference between having a small bladder and having an overactive bladder.
Dr. Eilber shares her motivation to care for women who suffer from urinary incontinence.
Dr. Eilber discusses what all women should know about overactive bladder.
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