Bowel and Bladder Issues in Multiple Sclerosis by Two Pee Brains With Potty Mouths Talking Shit About MS
Bowel and bladder issues in Multiple Sclerosis are very common. It can be frightening, embarrassing, and painful. And many neurologists just don’t know how to deal with it. You’ll be referred out to a Urologist – maybe. If you are incredibly lucky, you’ll find a Physical Therapist that specializes in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction that can work with you. But they are few and far between. This book brings the Pelvic Floor PT to YOU. Erin Glace is the clinical director of the Physical Therapy and Urodynamics departments at Urology of Virginia. Her sole focus of treatment is pelvic floor dysfunction. Her co-author, Kathy Reagan Young, is an MS strategist who brings her own Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis insights to the writing of this book – along with a great sense of humor. This is a tough topic – but Kathy’s hilarious asides make it much more palatable. What you’ll get in this book: EXERCISES specific to your issue that you can do right in the privacy of your own home, potentially saving you time and copays; MEDICATION education to find which is appropriate for the various issues, so you can be sure you’re using the right products for the right issues, get relief fast and save money rather than trying things blindly; EDUCATION on the anatomy and physiology of the various issues, helping you to understand the underlying problem; RESOURCES to help you in your every day struggle with these issues. Recommended exercise equipment, supplements, an ergonomically correct toilet positioning product, a bladder diary, and a pelvic floor muscle stimulator are just some of the resources recommended in this ebook. Additionally, you’re given a link to a PRIVATE Facebook group specific to these issues, allowing you direct contact with the authors and support from a multitude of others dealing with exactly what you’re going through.