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Suffering from bladder leakage issues? Surgery isn't the only option

– Is that those supporting tissues at the bladder neck are stretched or damaged. When there is increased abdominal pressure that presses on the bladder, the bladder neck doesn’t close like it should because of damage to the underlying supporting tissue, and urine leaks out.

So what can be done? While surgery is an option for those who want to pursue more advanced treatments, there are a few things you can start with that don’t require surgery or even a doctor’s visit.

Kegel exercises

When you’re emptying your bladder and want to stop mid-stream, the muscular effort to do that is called a Kegel squeeze. Try practicing this muscular clenching periodically, even when when you are not going to the bathroom. This squeezing strengthens the posterior muscles of your pelvis and helps elevate it to give your bladder neck something to compress down on so it stays closed. It’s not perfect, but it can help.

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Curious about pregnancy/kegals/birth/loss of bladder control?

I've read different opinions on here on whether doing kegals during and/or after pregnancy is really beneficial so I have some questions for all the women who have or have not done them during and/or after their pregnancy....

How many of

keep your muscles toned is always a great idea. stay active, learn to accept your body's natural functions, and laugh often.

I have had five children, did kegals during and after all of them, for some it helps some it does not. I had major bladder issues after I had my second child and ended up having surgery about five years ago. As far as sex goes, yes there is a difference

bladder control during pregnancy?

ok so I am possibly only a few months into this and I don't really have a bathroom to use at night when I go to bed. I usually wake up around nine but I can't hit the bathroom until who ever is in that room wakes up, so my question is has anyone ever

There are lots of myths surrounding the damage of holding your bladder. But this (for short periods) can help strengthen your pelvic floor. You should be fine don't worry

its beter not to hold it