Hypnosis and Incontinence

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By Faith   

Faith
Faith
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Mar 01st, 2020 04:56
Hypnosis and Incontinence

A trial reported in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology concluded that hypnotherapy was as effective as medication for women. A group of about 150 were treated, half with oxybutynin, a drug generally used to relax the bladder muscles and reduce the urgency and frequency of urination and the other half with hypnotherapy. The hypnotherapy group's symptoms improved by 85.7 percent compared to 83.3 percent in the drugs trial.

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Gary McAllister
Gary McAllister
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Mar 01st, 2020 08:51
Re: Hypnosis and Incontinence

Here's a link to the study:

https://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(19)31027-0/fulltext

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