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Some Medications May Trigger or Worsen Cognitive or Incontinence Problems

Caregiver _shutterstock_260098067Medications save lives and/or increase the quality of life for many people. Yet, there are few if any medications that have no side effects, many of which may negatively affect the brain or other organs of the body. In fact, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) says there is evidence that some overactive bladder medications (OBMs) can cause issues that are similar to Alzheimer’s and may, in some cases, even contribute to triggering symptoms...

Drugs that could induce or worsen incontinence: There might be other reasons related to incontinence that would make it wise to review medications, as well. According to USPharmacist.com, there are a number of drugs that can cause or exacerbate incontinence. ..

Continue reading on Egosancars for more information on drugs that can exacerbate or even cause incontinence for some people: 

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