you are a woman and you have found this website, it is probably because you are
one of the many women who have difficulty controlling your bladder. You
leak when you laugh. Chances are that you cannot sneeze without peeing in
your pants. When you jump, or skip, or run you dribble.
One in Three women suffers from Urinary Incontinence.
And even if it is only a small leak, or a few drops, you have probably resigned yourself to the fact that this is how life is for you as a woman and have developed your own coping tactics – you wear sanitary products, you always knowing where the nearest “loo” is and worst of all, you frequently take a “just on case pee”; You know what you have decided is OK for you.
Leaking, or Urinary Incontinence, is not normal and does not have to be a way of life for any woman.
You can learn how to stop leaking or dribbling, forever.
The good news is that your Pelvic muscle is just like every other muscle in your body and can be strengthened with exercise. Your Pelvic muscles are the group of muscles that hold up and in all of your pelvic organs; this is a big responsibility for your pelvic muscles.
Bladder Control is possible; Pelvic Floor Health and Pelvic Floor Strength is available to you.
We owe it to our Pelvic Floor muscles to look after them as best we can.
Womens' Health Initiative is here to provide you with as much information as you require to make your own informed decisions about creating your Pelvic Floor Strength.
Leaking, or Urinary
Incontinence, is not normal. It does not
have to be a way of life for you or any woman you know.
This information is made available so that you are able to make informed choices. It is in no way intended to substitute the recommendations of your healthcare providers. Women’s Health Initiative disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on the information contained on this website.