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Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence

It is the loss of the ability to control urination frequently and involuntarily. Urine may come close or far between, such as when sneezing or laughing. This situation may be an emergency because of some abnormalities in the urinary system, and it may be permanent and cause a lot of embarrassment to the person with it.

Causes of urinary incontinence

The weakness of the bladder and pelvic muscles is the first and most important factor of incontinence in men and women alike, as the muscles controlling contraction of the urethra become weakened, which results in it passing urine into the urethra easily. Urinary problems such as urinary tract infections also contribute to the presence of a disorder in the pelvic muscles, Distress and psychological pressure may play a role in its occurrence as well.

Urinary incontinence treatment

Urinary incontinence is not a disease that is impossible to treat. Rather, its treatment is easy, and it is based on several aspects, including the psychological and the medical aspect. However, strengthening the pelvic and bladder muscles is the most important part of treatment and it can be achieved by :
1.Doing some exercise.
2. Some auxiliary tools, such as the vaginal support tool, can also be used. This tool helps reduce pressure in the case of urinary incontinence by applying pressure on the ureter.

Prevention of urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence is sometimes associated with chronic diseases such as diabetes, urethritis, and bladder infections along with some bad habits such as smoking. Treating these underlying conditions, avoiding their complications as well as getting rid of harmful habits is one of the most important means to get rid of this disease.

You can consult a urologist, as he is best able to determine the type of treatment that would allow you to continue living in peace without feeling ashamed or embarrassed. Dr. Salah Zedan can treat urinary incontinence cases using appropriate methods for each case, whether for men or women.