One of the most natural ways to manage urinary incontinence is to do kegel exercises. Regardless of your age, they will benefit both women and men. They protect your bladder by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. You're more likely to have leaks if these muscles are atrophied. Although the exercise is mostly for stress urinary incontinence, it may also help with urge incontinence caused by an overactive bladder. Kegel exercises can also help men manage urinary incontinence that can occur after prostate surgery. To do these exercises, assume you're attempting to halt the flow of pee. Squeeze the muscles and pull them in. Hold the squeeze for 10 seconds, then take a 10-second break. Aim for three or four sets of ten contractions daily, for three to six weeks. Note that we are not medical doctors, and this is not to be considered expert medical advice. Please consult with your primary physician for more information.
Can kegel exercises help me with my urinary incontinence issues?
Mar 30, 2021
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