Whether you’re a new mom or seasoned pro, I have some great tips for bladder leakage that you won’t want to miss!
I became considered with bladder leakage during pregnancy and postpartum. I read other blogs and did online research to find solutions. I wasn’t ashamed that it could happen to me, but I wanted to consult with other moms on how to deal with this. I read articles about what types of changes in my body I should expect.
My advice to new moms (or anyone else) experiencing bladder leakage: talk to your doctor to ensure nothing is medically wrong, talk to other moms to get their experience on how long it lasts and what they did, do online research on Kegels exercises to strengthen bladder muscles, and don’t be afraid or embarrassed to try a product if the leakage continues.
Tips for Preventing Bladder Leakage with Kegels
- Try to work up to three sets of 30 Kegel exercises a day.
- Train your bladder to behave. Urinate every 30 minutes — before you have the urge, in other words — and then try to extend the time between each day.
- As a last line of defense, do Kegels or cross your legs when you feel the need to cough or sneeze, or when you’re about to laugh or lift something heavy.*
- Wear a product to help with bladder leakage, like Depend.
Depend is for people of all ages because bladder leakage is a condition that affects millions of people. Depend provides discreet products that help people regain their freedom and get their lives back with products like Silhouette Active Fit briefs, a new moderate-absorbency brief featuring a thin design for complete comfort and the trusted protection. These briefs have a lower rise for an underwear-like look, fit and feel. As a category first, the product is available in black and beige colors.
• Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs have a lower rise+ for an underwear-like look, fit and feel.
• As a category first, Depend SAF is available in black and beige colors
• More people with bladder leakage are in their 20’s than their 80’s
• The average age of someone with bladder leakage is only 52!
• More people with bladder leakage are 50 or younger than 60 or older!
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