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    Incontinence

    Incontinence 101: Everything You Need To Know

    As women, our bodies go through the ringer. Monthly periods. Pregnancy. Childbirth. Menopause. From all that activity, it’s no surprise that our pelvic floor takes a hit. Our muscles and nerves fatigue from all of the work they do and get stressed under pressure. This can cause bladder leakage, otherwise known as urinary incontinence. While leaks can be frustrating, there are lots of techniques that can help make them no big deal. Here’s everything you need to know about those spritz, sprinkles, and urges and how to manage them. And we really do mean everything! What Is The Definition Of Incontinence Exactly? The technical term for bladder leakage is urinary…

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    Incontinence

    10 Myths About Bladder Leaks You’ll Want To Relieve

    Bladder leaks are a frustrating fact of life for so many of us. So why is it so easy to believe all of the myths out there about them? I know that when I’ve got something going on with my body, it’s easy to create a story to help me deal with it. I spiral down the WebMD rabbit hole or scroll through the endless number of pop-science articles looking for answers. Hours pass. The next thing I know, I’m self-diagnosing and concocting an explanation using some pretty unreliable sources. I end up more confused than when I was just guessing. Sound familiar? Truth be told, letting myths determine how…

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    Incontinence

    Tips & Tricks For Better Bladder Control

    You’re out jogging at the park, enjoying the sunshine and fresh air. Suddenly, you’re stopped in your tracks by a strong urge to pee. You grit your teeth, roll your eyes at the bladder control gods, and walk to the restrooms — but they’re closed for the weekend. You head across the street to a cafe, but the barista tells you they don’t have a public bathroom. Frustrated, you give up on your morning outside and head back to your car to drive home. And then it happens. A leak. In a situation like this one, it’s understandable to feel embarrassed, overwhelmed, and even helpless. But you’re not alone—over 400…