Always got to “go”? Leaking pee when you sneeze or laugh? Pain or difficulty peeing when you want? Take back control of your bladder with healthy pelvic floor muscles that hold pee in and let it out on YOUR timeline.
Click below to learn more about causes and treatments for urinary frequency, urgency, and incontinence.
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Stress Urinary Incontinence
Leakage can happen to anyone at anytime. It may surprise us out on the basketball court or catch us off guard with an untimely sneeze.
Urge Urinary Incontinence & Overactive Bladder Syndrome
When it comes to bladder issues, no two stories are the same, but those who are controlled daily by the whims of their bladder agree that life changes drastically.
5 Tips to Bladder Health
The pelvic floor muscles need to be tight to close off your urethra (the opening where pee comes out) in order to keep pee in. To allow pee to come out, the pelvic floor muscles need to relax.
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