Urinary incontinence

Usually, women start losing just a few drops of pee when they cough and sneeze; or when they make some effort like picking up a weight, jumping, running. This is stress urinary incontinence.

In some cases, women lose urine for no apparent reason, they feel a urinary urgency, a sudden need to urinate; generally, when they are arriving home, near the bathroom, or hearing the sound of water. This is urge urinary incontinence.

It is also common to complain about the loss of pee in female athletes. The effort made during physical activities leads to a great increase in intra-abdominal pressure, overloading the PERINEUM muscles, causing these women to lose pee when they are practicing more intense physical activities. Although they are physically fit women, they are not oriented towards working the PERINEUM muscles.

Urinary incontinence affects more than half of women in adulthood and, due to lifestyle, is increasing among younger women.

Unfortunately, because they find it embarrassing or because they think it is a normal evolution of age, few women seek treatment. These losses tend to get worse by forcing the constant use of pads or diapers.


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