Female Incontinence-End The Shame

Urinary incontinence is a condition that is more common in women compared with men and women, according to a survey of the number of sufferers of this condition is to double the number of male sufferers. Though, this condition is rather embarrassing, women and men face the condition should not consider it as something that is natural and cannot be treated because there are many treatment options are available and can be completely cured if it is attended by medical care providers at an early stage.


Medical professionals say that female incontinence is widely seen as a factor of birth and pregnancy. Some women face these conditions during the last three months of their pregnancy and are not rare. This is caused by the growth of the fetus and pelvic muscles stretch to accommodate the baby. However, most women will find that the problem has gone after childbirth. However, some of them will have long-term effects as well. This is because, the pelvic muscles that stretches to accommodate the fetus did not return to their original condition and keep them weak causing urination uncontrollably.


In addition to giving birth, there are also several other reasons for urinary incontinence in women such as obesity, bladder stones, urinary tract infections, consumption of higher amounts of caffeine and alcohol, etc. .. Women must always remember that this condition is not only a problem in itself, but it may be a symptom of some other medical issues. Therefore, it is safe to visit the medical care providers at the early stages of the condition.


When it comes to incontinence in women, there are three common types and they urge incontinence, stress incontinence and overactive bladder. In the first type, the patient will feel a sudden urge to urinate because of a feeling of fullness of the bladder. But, they will not be in a position to reach the toilet just in time. Based on the type of the second, there will be an accidental leakage of urine, such as during a cough, laugh or when lifting some heavy weight objects. Based on the third type, the patient will need frequent urination than normal people and generally the third condition occurs in women during their menopause period because their bodies will start to slow down during this age.


As mentioned earlier, when the conditions of female incontinence is attended by medical care providers in the early stages, can be cured with the help of exercise and if there are some delays, they will prescribe medicines. On the other hand, if it doesn't get rid of the two methods, surgical procedures will choose.