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Female Incontinence

Female incontinence stems from a lack of control. There are natural functions of your body that can result in this involuntary leakage of urine, such as menopause and child birth. In the case of menopause, since you are losing the estrogen you need to maintain a healthy bladder, the chances of incontinence grow higher. If you are pregnant, then the work of carrying a child adds to pressure on the bladder.

Of course, it doesn't always take actions more specific to females for accidental urine leakage to happen. You could be rushing to the bathroom and get to the stall a few seconds too late, or find yourself losing a little of your bodily function in a relaxing moment. Those moments could include a strong burst of laughter or during a walk with your pets. Even the common cold can keep you from holding it in when needed, such as continued coughing and sneezing.

If you are having persistent problems with incontinence, then you might have a urinary tract infection or other ailment related to your midsection area. With better womens health and a holistic approach, you can achieve female urine retention. Exercises that can strengthen the bladder are quick and easy, and can leave you with those extra seconds necessary to make your next bathroom trip completely successful.

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Words from our In House Expert

dr.-dave-bordered.jpg   Dr. Dave States: This is primarily a problem of the urinary system.  First step to recovery needs to be pelvic floor exercises from a skilled practioner in your area such as kegal exercises and eqoscue exercises.  Secondarily, you should do nutrient based support on the urinary system support vitamins sitewide.



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