It's necessary to outline any special needs upfront and address the level of care required for issues such as diets, social behavior, mobility assistance, incontinence, night assistance, and personal care.
In this way, true diarrhea is distinguished from diseases that cause only an increase in the number of bowel movements (hyperdefecation) or incontinence (involuntary loss of bowel contents).
Parents should also notify the physician if their child over the age of five begins to have urinary incontinence during the day, as this may be caused by a physical disorder.
Other subject matter has to do with the physical aspects of aging, such as wrinkles, incontinence, memory loss, and the so-called, "senior moments".
Women's health issues addressed with Hyland's products include menstrual cramps, PMS, menopause, bladder infections, vaginitis and incontinence.
In dealing with continence and incontinence, the same doubts and solutions occur as in the Nicomachean Ethics (Book vii.
(1048-1054) the pope suddenly came forward as the active and indefatigable champion of reform; simony and incontinence of the clergy were attacked by the one most qualified to purify the Church of them.
The nocturnal enuresis or urinary incontinence of children and of adults is frequently relieved by this drug.
In the last few years of his life Newton was troubled with incontinence of urine, which was supposed to be due to stone; but with care he kept the disease under control.
4) he first argues that incontinence about such natural pleasures as that of gain is only modified incontinence, a sign (as causa cognoscendi) of which is that it is not so bad as incontinence about carnal pleasures, and then argues that, because (as causa essendi) it is only modified incontinence, therefore it is not so bad.