Most women think the best way to prevent urinary leakage during exercise is to simply avoid it. Not so, says Dr. Grady Bruce.
He was recently interviewed by Reader’s Digest about ways to help with this annoying and sometimes embarrassing condition.
“Getting fit is one of the best things you can do for your body and that includes your pelvic floor muscles (the “keep the pee in”
(Part 1 of a 3 part blog series)
By Urology Austin’s Jeffrey Kocurek, M.D.
Urinary habits are often taken for granted, but the negative impact that urinary issues have on everyday aspects of quality of life are tremendous.
Urinary incontinence, defined as the unintentional loss of urine, affects 10 to 13 million Americans.
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.