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Leaky bladder affects young women too

Bladder control problems may be seen as a problem of older people, but a good percentage of college-age women have symptoms too, a study published Monday suggests.

In a survey of 1,000 young Australian women, researchers found that 13 percent said they’d had urinary incontinence in the past month. That meant problems like leaking… Leaky bladder affects young women too   



Teens Should Be Offered IUDs, Top Doctors’ Group Says

A leading group of physicians who advise on women’s health has issued new guidelines recommending for the first time that doctors offer intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implantable contraception—methods commonly referred to as long-acting reversible contraception—to teenage patients.

An IUD is a small device placed in the uterus to prevent pregnancy. One type releases… Teens Should Be Offered IUDs, Top Doctors’ Group Says   



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