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New guidelines recommend Kegels, other lifestyle treatments for urinary incontinence in women

September 17, 2014

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Jon Anderson
September 25, 2014

My wife always makes that comment “stop making me laugh. I am going to pee my pants”. I always thought she was being funny but thanks to this blog post, I am now more educated. It’s worth mentioning that kegel exercises are also effective for men as well. Also kegel exercises are suppose to greatly enhance the pleasure during sex for both men and woman, so it’s a total win win…. Thanks for the post!

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Jill
September 18, 2014

This is an absolute issue for a lot of women. There are some great products out there to help with this as well to keep you staying fresh and dry.
Thanks for sharing!

Chad McMahan
September 18, 2014

New guidelines on urinary incontinence from the American College of Physicians urge doctors to recommend pill-free treatments first. These include Kegel exercises, bladder training, and weight loss and exercise. It is a great suggestion for woman who are suffering from various urinary incontinence .My commend is that they should strictly follow this guideline.

Marylou Obazee
September 18, 2014

Thank you very much for this very important blog. I know many of my female friends who are suffer at the hand of urinary incontinence but are too ashamed to seek help. I will direct them to this blog so that they can feel free to talk about it and seek seek help

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