Urinary incontinence during physical exertion

According to experts, urinary incontinence is very common, but can be treated effectively.

Some cases are still preventable. Each person should maintain a healthy weight, abstain or use only about 350 ml of alcohol / week.

Besides, it is recommended to persistently do pelvic floor exercises to strengthen the muscles, especially after childbirth.

Urine leakage when moving hard, laughing, sneezing, coughing … is a manifestation of urinary incontinence during physical exertion.

According to experts, Center for Nephrology Urology at the General Hospital, urinary incontinence during physical exertion is an unintentional excretion of urine.

Patients are prone to urinary incontinence when doing physical activities such as jogging, lifting weights … or in daily activities such as coughing, laughing, sneezing …

This urinary incontinence is not related to psychological stress, but it puts a lot of pressure on the patient.

People with urinary incontinence during physical exertion will feel inferiority, guilt.

This condition also disrupts work, social activities, relationships and even sex life.