Incontinence is very common among adults. Especially often it is observed in women due to the peculiarities of their physiology, as well as the function of reproducing the offspring and the colossal load during this period. People are embarrassed by this ailment and do not go to the doctor for a long time, trying to solve the problem on their own.
Urinary incontinence can be treated medically, but most often, before taking pills, a special method of behavior (with incontinence) and Kegel exercises (with stress incontinence) are used to eliminate this disease. Funds from incontinence have clear indications for their use. As is known. Urinary incontinence appears against a background of complete or partial loss of control over the sphincter of the urethra. After all, it directly retains urine in its reservoir.
Even if these drugs work positively on the body concerning eliminating incontinence symptoms, they can have side effects and enter into unwanted interactions with other medications.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), also called estrogen-progestin treatment, is based on the combined acceptance of two hormones, estrogen and progestin. This method can be used to treat the symptoms of menopause (for example, to stimulate blood flushes), resulting from changes in the level of hormones.
But HRT can exercise not only positive but also negative effects on the human body. In some women, as a result of the use of HRT, breast cancer, infarction, and thrombosis may occur. Also, doctors suggest that HRT increases the likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease.