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Bladder Control Problems. Symptoms and Treatments


Few women want to talk about it; it is an embarrassing issue. Approximately 1/4 of every female experience stress urinary incontinence, usually after they labor in childbirth with their first baby. A sign of stress urinary incontinence, causes women to leak a little bit of pee when she giggles, coughs, sneezes, or just about anything that makes more intra-abdominal pressure. Even in public, this can happen anytime or any place. Exercising in society can actually be a struggle since pee leaks get worse when people exert themselves. Additional pressure placed on the pelvic area by abdominal exercises can be a real issue. The good news is there are ways to manage stress urinary incontinence and allow this ailment to be simpler to take care of.

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