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Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ...

Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ... Strain loss can sometimes help in the case of stress incontinence, which happens when coughing, sneezing, jogging or other liveliness leads to a loss of control of the bladder. But oftentimes, women must endure the inconveniences of urine leakage while

Childhood sexual trauma in women with interstitial cystitis/bladder pain ...

Subjects (female patients with IC/BPS and controls without IC/BPS) completed psychosocial phenotyping questionnaires, including a demographics/adventures form, and validated questionnaires focused on presenting symptoms (IC manifestation indices, pain),

Embarrassing Bladder Control Issues Often Curable

Urinary incontinence (UI) affects more than 13 million Americans — mostly women and commonly after childbirth, but it is also proletarian in men. In fact, one in three women older than 60 is estimated to have bladder control problems.

2 Connected Resolutions: Weight Loss and Bladder Control

The first is losing substance -- hop on the bandwagon -- and the second is getting better bladder control. Urinary leakage in women, as standard as it is, tends to be a hush-hush topic. But little did you know, those two resolutions -- arrange loss and

Kegel exercises provide women with many health benefits

If you ever pee a little when you sneeze, cough or laugh, you probably have received this advice from a well-meaning friend or even your doctor: “Do your Kegels.”

Kegels, named after the doctor who popularized them, are pelvic floor exercises that work and strengthen the muscles surrounding the vagina and the rectum and promise everything from better bladder control to stronger orgasms. The key to a correct Kegel is isolating the pelvic floor muscles and then squeezing and lifting.

“Imagine that you are sitting on a marble and want to pick up the marble with your vagina,” instructs the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases . “Imagine ‘sucking’ the marble into your vagina.”

Simple enough, right? But it’s not as easy as it sounds and plenty of women get it wrong.

“Patients come in and say they’ve been doing their Kegels and it turns out they’re doing them backwards or maybe they don’t even need to do Kegels at all,” says April Dominick, a pelvic health physical therapist affiliated with Memorial Hermann Pelvic Floor Health Center in Houston, Texas. “If you don’t know how to do them right, you could be making matters worse.”

Women, is it uncommon for a woman to lose bladder control when she orgasms?

I'd like to know if I should see a physician or not. And it is definitely urine, not anything else.

There is a possibility you are ejaculating....if the G spot is stimulated you will ejaculate....look it up, don't take my word or it. I didn't believe it either, til it happened to me.

That should not be happening. See your Dr. to rule out any big issues first. (Better to be safe than sorry.) They will probably recommend Kegel exercises for you. 127557/Kegel-exercises-A-howto-guide-for

Definitely see a gynecologist. And not a stupid one (ladies, no one wants inexperience down there.) It sounds like you have Coital Incontinence. I think its treatable, but I'm not a doctor so don't take my word for it.

Women who have bladder control problems, would you rather take meds or have surgery to alleviate this problem?

I'm choosing the surgery option, this way (hopefully,) I won't have this problem after that and won't have to take medication for it.

it's really a personal choice but be sure to investigate both options before deciding.
Good luck!

i would NEVER result to surgery.