Archive for the ‘Postpartum’ Category

Bladder Leaking – 30% of New Moms Start After Childbirth

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

If you are among the 30% of women who continue to have urinary incontinence or bladder leaking six months after childbirth you should seek treatment.   Avoid a lifetime of bladder leaking by intervening early.  On-going leaking is a sign that your body has not regained its former strength following childbirth.

Unchecked bladder leaking can result in a downward spiral of avoiding intimate relations, avoiding physical activity,  and depression.

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Overactive Bladder and Body Mass

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

There are many reasons to maintain a healthy weight; for your heart, your blood pressure, and to prevent diabetes.  But do you know that excess body weight can even effect your bladder?

Studies have shown a relationship between body mass in women and the incidence of overactive bladder and urinary incontinence.  Carrying extra weight in your mid-section and around the organs places additional downward pressure on the bladder and pelvic floor.  This may cause weakening of the pelvic floor over time and can result in loss of bladder control.

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Bladder Symptoms are Treatable – Pass it on!

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

70-80% of urinary incontinence and overactive bladder is treatable with lifestyle changes and focused exercises – it’s not just Kegels anymore.  With an estimated one in three people living with embarrassing bladder symptoms everyone knows someone who needs this information.

New Moms -Though bladder leaking is fairly common immediately following child birth, 30% of women continue with unresolved bladder leaking 6 months after giving birth.  Seek treatment early to avoid a lifetime of leaking.

Men – Men may not experience incontinence until later in life but seeking treatment early can minimize symptoms.  Erectile dysfunction can be improved with pelvic floor muscle exercise too.  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16104916

Seniors – Though incontinence is not a normal part of aging, as we become less active and our muscles weaken our symptoms may become worse.  Stay active and seek treatment early to avoid loss of bladder control.

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