Home Remedies for Incontinence

Home remedies for urinary incontinence are not really an alternative to conventional treatment and should never be used as such. Studies into the efficacy of natural treatments for incontinence are still in their infancy and if you wish to try out any complimentary therapies and home remedies it would be best to do so in consultation with your doctor. Herbal remedies are extremely potent, and while their great potency may make them effective treatments it can also make them extremely hazardous. Avoid using any herbal remedy unless your doctor provides you with detailed advice on dosage. Home remedies for  urinary incontinence include the intake of certain herbs such as Devil's claw, Skullcap, St John's wart, Parsley etc which are known to strengthen the kidneys and the bladder. 
Frequently asked questions
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