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The CareGiver Partnership Reminds Those with Incontinence to Practice Kegel ...

Developed by Arnold H. Kegel, MD, FACS, as a way to take women regain bladder control after giving birth, Kegels have been used since to redeem urethral and rectal sphincter control in people of all ages. "Kegel exercises not only plagiarize strengthen the

Surgery to help 3-yr-old overcome birth defect

“The muscles to blame for controlling the bladder were also not developed leading to continuous flow of urine,” said Dr Ranjan. After consulting three reclusive doctors, the family admitted Atharva to Sion hospital last year.

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 everyday in men. In fact, one in three women older than 60 is estimated to have bladder control problems.

Dr. Timothy Froats heads up collaborative program at BGH

The healthiness care system is faced with a very huge costs and the government has to control those costs." Froats grew up in Cornwall and later moved to Kingston because of his governor's occupation, but after studying Queen's, he came back to active along the

No, Anal Sex Is Not the Solution for This Medical Problem

? How did we even get to this point? Let’s back up a bit.

Complications with pelvic mesh is unfortunately an all-too-common experience for women with pelvic health issues. As we age — and after childbirth — our pelvic floors weaken, sometimes leading to pelvic organ prolapse, when an organ in your pelvis (like your bladder) can no longer be supported by your pelvic floor muscles and drops so it’s up against the wall of your vagina.

Treating pelvic floor disorders, including prolapse, is tricky, and usually involves some sort of device or material that tries to mimic the pelvic floor muscles to keep the organs in place. One such material is pelvic mesh — which is also used to treat stress urinary incontinence (loss of bladder control after movement, sneezing, laughing, etc.). The problem is, pelvic mesh comes with some pretty serious side effects for many women, including pain, infection, bleeding, damage to nearby organs and painful vaginal sex.

How do you deal with bladder control problems after childbirth?

It only worsens with age and after each birth, I'm ready for the surgery to correct it. Two of friends had it, and say it was the best thing they did for themselves. Otherwise buy stock in Kotex.

kegal exercises (google for definition) this is supposed to be the best way except surgery.

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Bladder Control?

Please don't laugh, but I have a hard time containing my bladder after I had my kids. Now, I have to wear a liner just in case I sneeze or cough. I know its normal, especially after childbirth, but is there anything I can take to strengthen the muscle?

KEGEL....can't say it enough. Look 'em up on line or better yet pretend like you are peeing and in midstream stop the pee. Those are the muscles you need to strengthen and hold that, squeeze that for 20 seonds, relax for 5 seconds and do it again. Do

you need to do kegel exercises

You can take a medication for the problem. Its nothing to be be embarrassed about. Sometimes if the problem is serious enough the bladder needs to be stitched. Talk to your GYN about this. Almost everyone that gives birth has this to some degree.