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Facial paralysis happens when injury or pressure affects the facial nerves. Conditions like Bell’s palsy (usually caused by a virus) can cause temporary or permanent damage to one or more of the facial nerves, causing a droop on the affected side of the face with problems closing the eye and controlling saliva.

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Both fecal and urinary incontinence issues range in severity from an occasional leak of urine or stool from a cough or sneeze to complete loss of control. Commonly nerve or muscle damage from childbirth, aging or physical disability is the cause, but things like constipation, surgery or illness can also be factors. Medical treatment and lifestyle changes can ease symptoms.

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Fecal incontinence is when bowel movements cannot be controlled and stool (feces) leaks out of the rectum outside of regular trips to the bathroom. Several factors affect the ability to control bowel movements, including improperly working rectal and anal muscles, an inability to work the muscles that squeeze the anus shut, and watery and explosive stools.

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Many women experience sexual function issues at some point during their lives, but persistent or recurring problems with sexual desire or response can be female sexual dysfunction. There are generally four types, including low sexual desire, sexual arousal disorder, difficulty achieving orgasm and sexual pain disorder.

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Fibroids are common, non-cancerous growths that can appear in the uterus and most often do so in a woman’s childbearing years. Fibroids come in all sizes and can grow quickly or remain small, and though there are not always symptoms, sometimes heavy bleeding or a very long menstrual cycle are a sign fibroids are present. Though there is not a known cause other than being a woman of childbearing age, fibroids are known to be hereditary (run in families).

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