Incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine. Dealing with incontinence occurs to about 15% of the population, and a protocol must be in place to prevent skin breakdowns. You should also consult yo...
Incontinence can be bowel incontinence or urinary incontinence. It can be a very difficult condition to cope with and sometimes an embarrassing condition as there is no warning when it occurs. Many ...
Bowel Incontinence is when there is excretion of feces involuntarily. Children and well as adults can suffer from it. There are more women sufferers from bowel incontinence. Although it is more com...
Urinary Incontinence is when there is excretion of urine involuntarily. It is not a disease itself but it can be an indication of an underlying problem, which can be treated. It is more common in wo...
Continence involves a balance of the urethral closure and detrusor muscle activity. Urethral pressure will usually exceed bladder pressure which will result in urine remaining in the bladder. The ...
Urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine from the bladder. The main symptom of stress incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine while coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising, or doi...
Urinary incontinence is a common disorder in older female dogs, as many as 20% of neutered bitches develop it at some point in their lives. The reason is usually urethral sphincter mechanism incompete...
Pelvic floor fitness is an essential to lifelong physical, sexual and emotional health. Yet this area of the body is often neglected by fitness experts. Why are the pelvic floor muscles so important, ...
Many women know that strong pelvic muscles are vital for long-term physical, sexual and emotional health, yet they still don't exercise them. There are five common excuses women use for not doing thei...
The pelvic floor is a large hammock of muscles stretching from side to side across the floor of the pelvis. It is attached to your pubic bone in front, and to the tail end of your spine behind. The op...