Pregnancy is a time of joy and happiness. Unfortunately for some, however, it can also trigger incontinence – yikes! Incontinence can be brought on by so many different factors, including extra pressure to your bladder from the fetus, stress or something as simple as sneezing. To curb this, doctors are suggesting that women who exercise and strengthen their pelvic muscles are less likely to have problems with urinary leakage during their pregnancy.
Specifically, Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, including the muscles that help control urine. Not only will Kegel exercises help during pregnancy but it should also curb any incontinence problems that may occur after childbirth. Continue reading
According to Internal Medicine News, men under than the age of 55 who have served in the U.S. armed forces are almost three times more likely to report urinary incontinence than their nonmilitary peers. Their incontinence could be caused by anything from posttraumatic stress disorder to a physical injury they sustained while on duty. For example, brain injury is a major cause of incontinence. If you lose the ability to control the part of your brain which controls the urge to pass urine, the end result could be an overactive bladder. No matter the cause, however, the results can be somewhat embarrassing. Continue reading
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Didn’t your mom tell you that beauty comes from the inside? Well, it’s true; as long as you feel beautiful on the inside, your Wearever incontinence underwear should leave you feeling beautiful on the outside. Each pantie, boxer or brief is specially picked because of its fashionable and stylish designs. Wearever takes pride in the fact that we select products that are comparable with regular, contemporary underwear. Women can enjoy the lacy elements that make them feel sexy when choosing which pair of underwear is right for them. And even better, they come in black! Continue reading
While adult incontinence is most common in women, it’s estimated that 3.4 million adult males in the US are to be living with it. Despite what many guys believe, urinary incontinence doesn’t simply mean they’re getting older and is a very treatable manageable condition. Continue reading
Incontinence is an umbrella term used to describe the involuntary leakage of urine in both men and women. Individuals looking to research and discover information on urge incontinence may become overwhelmed and frustrated at the general information that is available. While the information may generally address adult incontinence, it doesn’t specifically address urge incontinence.
The following will look at what urge incontinence is, what the cause of it may be, and what solutions are available for individuals who may suffer from this type of incontinence. Continue reading
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If you’re reading this, you are being proactive in helping someone you love with the common problem of adult incontinence. Because of the fact it can often be embarrassing and uncomfortable to talk about, you are being extra supportive and helpful in taking steps to learn about this issue and understand what you can do to be of assistance. Today, there are many ways to treat and even cure this problem, so it is vital you recognize the symptoms and learn how to assist your loved one because many people that experience this are too self-conscious to seek help. Continue reading
Assisting with a loved one’s incontinence has many considerations. First, address any medical issues that might be contributing to the incontinence. Then, be prepared to help the loved one through daily activities while maintaining their dignity and offering them cleanliness. Incontinence affects about one in every 13 adults, and there are more treatments and products available to deal with the issues than ever before.
Talk to Their Doctor
Many different medical conditions can lead to urinary incontinence. When the symptoms appear, see a doctor to determine the cause and possible treatments. Some doctors offer prescriptions that are helpful to many patients. Studies show that pelvic floor exercises can relieve symptoms of others. In rare cases, the doctor may recommend surgery. Usually, the only treatment needed is a change in dietary habits. Continue reading
Losing bladder control in public is an issue that happens occasionally to mature individuals. The old stigma of being thought of as a geezer or a crone is long gone. Nowadays, a lot of people have the occasional accident that no one will ever even know about. One of the biggest secrets of keeping your cool even when your bladder decides not to obey orders is to wear the right kind of incontinence underwear. Of course, planning ahead is also pretty useful. Perhaps the most important thing you can do is to avoid getting stressed out over what is really a small issue. Continue reading
Having an accident every now and again isn’t the worst thing that ever happened. True, it’s an annoyance when a part of your body you’ve been counting on for decades suddenly doesn’t work the way you want it to, but there are plenty of ways to manage adult incontinence. For one thing, a little planning can go a long way. But more importantly, some level of acceptance has to happen, or you’ll just end up stressing yourself out. Let’s talk about some adaptive strategies you can take. Continue reading