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    IntiFit Premium Kegel Exercise Kit for Women - Medical Silicone Pelvic Floor Weight Set - For Bladder Control and Pelvic Floor Exercises
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    • ORDERED AND RECOMMENDED BY DOCTORS Physicians agree that kegel exercises help fight urinary stress incontinence, pelvic floor weakness, and vaginal and rectal prolapse so you can go about your day without discomfort or the nagging fear of bladder leakage. It is safe to use because it is Hypoallergenic and Hygienic; Phlalate, BPA, Dioxon, latex free, and rinses clean with mild antibacterial soap and water.
    • BEST TRAINING PROGRAM Designed exclusively for INITFIT by a board certified OBGYN doctor and Physical Therapist. Easy to Follow 6 Step Training Program & Pelvic Floor Ebook for Beginner to Advanced Kegel Weights Users. - Many will see results in just a few weeks!
    • ERGONOMIC DESIGN AND INTIFIT KINETIC CUEING SYSTEM Designed for ultimate comfort with insertion and use. The small weighted ball inside the IntiFit kegel devices acts as a Kinetic Cueing Mechanism providing movement biofeedback. The subtle vibrations remind you to flex yourmuscles during activity. This is a new generation of kegel training device designed with comfort in mind. No assembly required. Seamless and simple to clean and includes a silky noir hygiene pouch.
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    • 100% WATERPROOF MEDICAL GRADE SILICONE EXTERIOR The seamless and velvet soft exterior of these kegel exercisers are made from non-porous and simple to clean medical grade silicone. The length and design of the tail or 'string' is just enough for easy removal.

    KINKLY Ben Wa Kegel Balls with 10 Modes Vibration Controller Bladder Control for Women Pelvic Floor Exercises
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    • Ben wa kegel balls are designed to help you locate your pelvic floor muscles and work them effectively.
    • Pocket-sized personal trainer for your pelvic floor and you can do while on the go!
    • With 10-speed vibration controlled by wireless remote controller. Long lasting for over 2 hours using after fully charged.
    • Whisper-quiet during operation with noise less than 50db to protect your privacy.
    • Made of medical grade upgraded silicone and ABS. 100% waterproof, odorless,skin-friendly.

How the pharmaceutical industry created, defined and marketed 'overactive bladder disorder'

That meant 1 in 6 American adults suddenly qualified for treatment — specifically, with a “promising” new drug called Detrol, which was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1998.

“A massive new market for drug sales was born,” the reporters write. “Last year, sales of drugs to treat overactive bladder reached nearly $3 billion, even though experts say the condition is best managed without drugs at all.”

Today, medical treatments for overactive bladder number more than a dozen, and include, in addition to drugs, such things as Botox injections, implantable neuromodulation devices (Medtronic’s InterStim) and prescription patches. Some of these products work marginally better than a placebo at controlling the urge to urinate, but have not been shown to be more effective than behavioral treatments, such as bladder training, pelvic muscle exercises, weight loss and fluid management.

Furthermore, the pharmacological treatments are not without risk.

Lack of bladder control in exercise.... (weight loss related???)?

I lost a lot of weight over the last year while struggling with anorexia. I am now back to a normal weight, but find that when I exercise, I lose control of my bladder. I don't know whether this is related in anyway. The biggest problem comes when I have

i would seek a doctor, do not take any advise online. look for a doctor

It's common in women at any age. Start doing kegel exercises on a daily basis which should help reduce this problem.

whenever i cough or sneeze, i just can't control my bladder.Any suitable exercise to strengthen the bladder?

Kegel exercises! They will strengthen your pelvic muscles and help with bladder control. See the source below for how to do them and more benefits.

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