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  • All You Need to Know About Your Pelvic Floor
    to Know About Your Pelvic Floor This series of articles explains the importance for a woman to keep her pelvic floor muscles in good tone throughout her life whether she is preparing for pregnancy treating urinary stress incontinence or working at preventing unpleasant leakage from happening when she enters menopause Understanding the Anatomy and Functions of the Pelvic Floor Impact of Pregnancy on Pelvic Floor Integrity Pelvic Floor Integrity during

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  • FAQ
    can cause urinary incontinence click on the info sheet Your Pelvic Floor What are the symptoms of urinary stress incontinence In this type of urinary incontinence a sudden physical effort such as coughing sneezing laughing or lifting a heavy object induces an involuntary leakage of small amounts of urine There is no sensation of a need to urinate before the loss of urine they occur suddenly when physical exertion creates pressure on the abdomen Click on the info sheet Urinary Stress Incontinence for more information or links to practical guides What are the main types of urinary incontinence There are several types of urinary incontinence and each has its own cause and associated symptoms Thus it is important to have a medical diagnosis in order to receive proper treatment The main types of urinary incontinence are urinary stress incontinence urge urinary incontinence overflow urinary incontinence functional urinary incontinence and mixed urinary incontinence To find out more about their caracteristics and symptoms read the info sheet The Main Types of Urinary Incontinence or see the first video presentation by Dr Fedorkow Is there homeopathy treatment for incontinence Until now there is a lack of convincing scientific evidence supporting homeopathy s efficacy in the treatment of urinary incontinence Furthermore we recommend that the use of any medication prescription or over the counter in order to treat urinary incontinence should always be made under medical supervision only Are there treatments for urinary stress incontinence Yes there are a number of treatment options pelvic floor Kegel exercises vaginal cones biofeedback electrostimulation and surgery Click on The Management of Urinary Stress Incontinence for detailed explanations of various possible treatments Why is urinary stress incontinence so common after pregnancy and delivery Pregnancy and delivery are situations in which the muscles of your pelvic floor are at

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  • Glossary on urinary incontinence
    incontinence Kegel exercises These exercises are used to strengthen pelvic floor muscles They were developed by Dr Kegel approximately 50 years ago For more information click on Kegel Exercises Kidneys Organs that filter waste from the body by converting it into urine Ligament A band of tough flexible fibrous connective tissue Its function is to link bones and articulations together and to keep an organ in position Menopause Physiological stage in a woman s life defined as the cessation of menses amenorrhea for twelve consecutive months due to decreasing ovarian function in the absence of other evident causes Mucous membrane Mucus secreting tissue lining the inside of many organs and body cavities such as digestive tract urinary tract airways Muscle A muscle is made of fibrous tissue with the ability to contract producing movement It is attached to bones by tendons Pelvic floor The pelvic floor is the group of muscles ligaments and tissues that supports the main organs of the lower abdomen bladder uterus intestine over which pass the external canals urethra vagina and rectum One function of the pelvic floor is to support the bladder to control urine flow For your abdominal organs to function normally your pelvic floor musculature must be strong and healthy That is why it is important for women to maintain good internal muscle tone throughout their lives For more information click on Your Pelvic Floor Pessary A device that helps to maintain the bladder or uterus Tapes During a surgical procedure these fabric bands are inserted under the urethra and act as a hammock for the bladder to prevent leaking on exertion TVT Tension free Vaginal Tape or TOT Trans Obturator Tape A surgical procedure in which a tape is inserted under the urethral canal to support it during exertion and prevent it

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  • External links about urinary incontinence
    2006 Consensus Report on Menopause trust worthy information about menopause and osteoporosis for the general public and health professionals Menopause Insight provides information to help you transition through the change of life You ve found a friend in Menopause Insight a website that offers a friendly guide through your journey Canadian Women s Health Network CWHN is a voluntary national organization to improve the health and lives of women by collecting producing distributing and sharing knowledge ideas education information resources strategies and inspirations The Simon Foundation for Continence is a non profit corporation dedicated to bringing the topic of incontinence out into the open removing the stigma surrounding incontinence and providing help and hope for people with incontinence their families and the health professionals who provide their care Mayo Clinic s mission is to help people manage their health by providing useful and state of the art information and tools that reflect the expertise and excellence of Mayo s Clinic SOGC Clinical Practice Guideline Conservative Management of Urinary Incontinence To provide understanding of current conservative alternatives for managing urinary incontinence to empower women to choose continence therapies that have benefit and that have minimal or no harm Joint SOGC CSEP Clinical Practice Guideline Exercise in Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period Recommendations of the SOGC and CSEP about physical exercise in pregnancy and the postpartum period Canadian Nurse Continence Advisors Association is a National Association mandated to enhance the speciality of Nurse Continence Advisors NCA in Canada by promoting education research and clinical practice Links This site provides links or references to other Web sites maintained by third parties over which Laughing Without Leaking has no control Such links or references are provided merely as a convenience to users of this site We assume no responsibility for the content of such

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  • Press Releases
    Asked Questions Glossary Useful links News Press Releases Event If you have any symptoms or concerns about your health always seek the advice of a doctor or other health professional who is qualified to assess your specific situation Home News Share Press Releases World Continence Week A new website dedicated to feminine urinary stress incontinence Your story your comments your questions Their story may be your story What do health

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  • Press Releases
    Questions Glossary Useful links News Press Releases Event If you have any symptoms or concerns about your health always seek the advice of a doctor or other health professional who is qualified to assess your specific situation Home News Press Releases Share Press Releases World Continence Week A new website dedicated to feminine urinary stress incontinence Your story your comments your questions Their story may be your story What do

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  • ICS 2011 Glasgow, Royaume-Uni
    Glossary Useful links News Press Releases Event If you have any symptoms or concerns about your health always seek the advice of a doctor or other health professional who is qualified to assess your specific situation Home News Event Share Event Annual Meeting International Continence Society ICS October 15 19 2012 Beijing China Last update October 18 2011 Your story your comments your questions Their story may be your story

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  • Profiles
    to your current situation you will have access to further information and tools specially put together for you Jessica Amy Susan I lead an active life and physical activity has always been a regular part of my day more I am a mother in my thirties who recently gave birth to my second baby more The onset of menopause was full of changes for me more Add comment Thank you

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