Monthly Archives: January 2015

Pelvic Exercise for a Healthy Pelvic Floor Muscle

Pelvic exercise Australia – Exercise is essential to maintain any part of the body well and the pelvic floor muscle is not an exception. Pelvic floor exercise is needed to keep the muscles intact. If you are wondering for an … Continue reading

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Things to Consider Before Incontinence Surgery

If you’ve severe symptoms of stress incontinence, surgery may offer a lasting solution to your issues. But surgery is not for everybody. For some female, symptoms of stress incontinence do not respond to conventional treatment. When urinary incontinence cleanly disturbs … Continue reading

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Pelvic Floor Exercise – Add In Your Exercise Schedule

Pelvic floor exercisers should be added to every female’s workout schedule, and they can be performed anytime and anywhere you want. Pelvic floor exercise can assist you stop or control urinary incontinence & other pelvic floor issues. Pelvic floor exercise … Continue reading

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Know What Urge Incontinence Is All About

Sometimes referred to as “spastic bladder or “overactive bladder”, urge incontinence is a spontaneous loss of urine that generally takes place when an individual has a strong, unexpected requirement to urinate. Urge incontinence isn’t a disease, rather it’s a sign … Continue reading

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Kegel Exercise Devices – The Kegelmaster

No other kegel exercise devices are as easy and safe to use as the Kegelmaster. Designed especially for incontinence problem the Kegelmaster is the best ever solution to tighten the pelvic floor muscle. If you want to ignore the stress … Continue reading

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How to Deal With Urinary Incontinence Without Medications

Issues with bladder control fall into 2 main categories. Seepage with laughing & other things that put stress on the bladder is called stress incontinence Australia. It is often caused by childbirth, which can damage or stretch the pelvic floor … Continue reading

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