Menopause Incontinence

Menopause

MenopauseUrinary incontinence can occur at any time of life but tends to be most common during menopause. As estrogen levels start to fall, the lining of the urethra can become thinner. Pelvic muscles can also become weaker and relaxed. This combination can lead to incontinence menopause, an involuntary leakage of urine around menopause. Your risks may be higher if you have had vaginal deliveries or are older.

The two most common types of incontinence are stress incontinence and urge incontinence. If you have stress incontinence, you may leak urine when you sneeze, laugh, cough or perform heavy physical activities. If you have urge incontinence, you may have a frequent, sudden or overwhelming urge to urinate, which can be accompanied by urine leakage.

Urinary incontinence can be frustrating and embarrassing. Women who are struggling with incontinence can use Kegel exercises to strengthen their pelvic floors, which can help them hold their urine more effectively. Find your pelvic floor muscles by repeatedly stopping and starting your flow of urine when you are in the bathroom. You may also need to empty your bladder before exercising, intercourse or other situations that can trigger leakage.

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