Back Pain and Incontinence: What Can I Do?

As we know, incontinence is, more often than not, the symptom of an underlying condition. By finding and treating this condition, you can remedy your symptoms of incontinence and similar side effects. Some of the most common conditions that we know cause incontinence include frequent UTIs, pregnancy, childbirth, constipation, and prostate cancer. Recently, back pain has also been studied as a cause for urinary incontinence…. read more >

Kegel Exercises and Men

Kegel exercises have long been associated with women for pregnancy and post-childbirth to tone up the pelvic floor and to prevent or ease incontinence symptoms. But kegels are also beneficial for men. They can help men ease bladder leakage, as well as improve sexual function. Today we are going to discuss the benefits of kegel exercise for men. What are Kegel Exercises and What Muscles… read more >

Pelvic Floor Exercises – 5 Frequently Asked Questions

If you, or someone you love, is dealing with incontinence then you’ve likely heard of pelvic floor exercises. However, many people are unsure how to do their pelvic floor exercises properly and how often to do them. Today we will discuss some frequently asked questions regarding pelvic floor exercises. 1: How Often Should I do Pelvic Floor Exercises? It is important to establish a habit… read more >

Incontinence and Exercising

Recently studies have shown that up to 20% of women report having quit their physical activities due to incontinence. Leaking due to exercise is an unfortunate symptom of incontinence, especially when pressure is placed on the bladder. As well as exercise, activities like heavy lifting and coughing can also cause symptoms. However, incontinence shouldn’t limit your ability to participate in activities and exercise. In fact,… read more >

Is It Getting Worse? Try These Exercises To Help Your Incontinence

There are a number of reasons why you might suffer from incontinence. Manywomen become incontinent after giving birth, while many men may becomeincontinent as a result of prostate issues. Another cause is infection. Leakage may occur when you sneeze, cough or laugh; you might find yourself dribbling urine at times; you could even have trouble holding a movement inwhile making your way to the bathroom…. read more >