There’s a muscle group most women (and some men) don’t talk about much… and that’s our pelvic floor. But we should think about it because it’s the group of muscles that support our pelvic organs like the bladder, vagina and rectum. It’s extremely important to your overall health and affects functions like bladder and bowel control and even sex.
If you’re like so many others who think female incontinence only strikes middle age to older women, especially those who’ve had babies, think again.
Studies show even younger women, (who’ve never had children) can suffer from incontinence. Just look at some of the newer incontinence product commercials using much younger celebrities and actors.