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You might find that you sometimes have to urinate more often. This unusual need to empty your bladder may be the result of drinking lots of fluids, weak pelvic floor muscles, or even surgery. If you find that you have urinary incontinence,...
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The overactive bladder is a common problem in many women. Read this blog to explore more about its primary causes, symptoms, and available treatments.
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Why do I pee when I workout? You're experiencing female bladder leakage: here are solutions to get control and how to stop peeing yourself.
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If you suffer from pelvic organ prolapse due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and/or age, these treatment options and exercises will help!
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Click here to read our ultimate quick guide for Bladder Leakage in Women. It shares valuable information about bladder leakage and urinary incontinence.
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If you're experiencing bladder leakage issues, you could have signs of an overactive bladder or bladder control issues that often come with old age. If you're particularly embarrassed by the leaks or its restricting your daily activities and exercise, here's when to talk to your doctor about bladder problems.
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Many women are looking to tighten pelvic floor muscles, but many don't realize that it is possible for those muscles to be TOO tight. Overly tense pelvic floor muscles can lead to a number of symptoms including loss of range of motion, pelvic pain, or even incontinence. There are plenty of exercises that can help release the pelvic floor to alleviate these symptoms.
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