Articles tagged with: stress incontinence
Not often talked about, but if you are a sufferer then knowing why it happens can help.
Going to the loo more often may mean weakening pelvic muscles and Kegel could help that.
Menopause and stress incontinence, or a leaky or irritable bladder, seem to go together. But you could help yourself by looking at your diet.
It is not something we like to talk about, but many women at menopause do experience bladder weakness. Here is why it occurs and what you can do about it.
If you have a sensitive bladder some of these everyday items may be making it worse.
Bladder infections, or cystitis, are bacterial infections which unfortunately are all too common with the menopause. Hormone balance plays a part, but you can help yourself as well.
Your bladder can start to present problems at menopause as sneezing, laughing, increased urgency and frequent night calls can disturb your sleep and your peace of mind.