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Stress Urinary Incontinence and Transvaginal Mesh Surgery

Pressurize Urinary Incontinence occurs when a woman's pelvic tissues and muscles around the bladder are stretched and weakened. It is caused by natural changes such as pregnancy and menopause. A woman's body is left impotent to control urine leaks during

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Dr. Carlos Gabriel points to the pelvic level muscle that contracts while doing Kegel exercises for better bladder control at the Punter Bladder Center at Bond Clinic in Winter Haven. Wednesday December 21, 2011 By ROBIN WILLIAMS ADAMS WINTER HAVEN

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Is bladder control a problem after delivery? (Pregnancy query)

The accidental leaking that you experience when you laugh, cry, cough or exercise after vaginal delivery is stress incontinence and is one of the most common problems faced by new mums. Bladder control tends to decrease after childbirth, and it is entirely normal if you have reduced bladder control in the first few days after giving birth. Stress incontinence is common among women who have birthed naturally or have undergone some degree of trauma during labour. That being said, women who have a planned C-section or an emergency one are not always spared this annoyance. They too might suffer from some degree of incontinence after the delivery. Also, if you had an epidural, the nerves controlling feelings around your bladder may start to feel numb. So for the first few days after delivery, you may not be able to tell when you need to pee. However, within six weeks to three months after birth, you will see the effects reversing. Sometimes this can linger for months and stay there for long. So it is best that you talk to your doctor to find some help. Here are other ways pregnancy changes your body  that nobody tells you about.

Is it normal to have poor bladder control during pregnancy? I have to use the bathroom constantly?

If you are having to go more than once an hour and barely have to pee you should get checked also to make sure it is not amniotic fluid you are losing. I had this both times with premature births. And yes, it is quite common to get a UTI while pregnant,

Totally! The baby and surrounding fluid can push on your bladder making it tough to control. Also check with your doc to be sure you don't have a UTI. Probably not, but worth calling about.

Yes it is normal and not fun at all i am up 4 times a night now Grrrrr.

is it normal to experience decreased bladder control during early pregnancy?

lately i've been releasing small amounts of urine right after i use the this normal? have you experienced this before?

In early pregnancy, it is common for some women to experience 'stress incontinence' - peeing a bit when they cough, sneeze, go to stand up, throw up. it's all from the growing uterus coming forward and pressing the bladder. Leaning slightly forward when

sadly yes, and even worse...after pregnancy...jumping jacks, sneezing, and vommitting will never be the same again

Its more common in later pregnancy but can happen all the same at any stage, everyone is different. Could also be a sign of an infection, if you have questions and are worried then go see you doctor and they can help you