Peeing after sex may help prevent urinary tract infections UTIs. UTIs occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract, usually through your urethra, and travels to your bladder. If you have a vagina, your urethra — the opening where urine is released — is close to your vaginal opening. If you have a penis, your urethra releases both urine and semen — though not at the same time. Peeing after sex can help flush bacteria that was introduced during intercourse away from your urethra.
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Something as simple as sneezing during an allergy fit or jumping during a cardio workout class could cause urine to leak out, says Philip Buffington, M. Your solution: Kegels—yep, the same exercise that can strengthen your orgasms —can build your pelvic floor muscles. Your solution: Kegels will help here, too. The American College of Physicians also recommends treating urge incontinence with overactive-bladder medication. Fesoterodine, in particular, has proven to be successful, note researchers. Body Weight A study published in the Journal of Urology found every five-unit increase in BMI increases your risk of urinary incontinence by 20 to 70 percent.
June 5, pm Updated June 5, pm. A new study of 2, women of all ages found as many as 61 percent feel they regularly deal with bladder leaks. The survey also found that over half of those polled 54 percent feel embarrassed by their bladder issues. According to a new survey commissioned by Icon , the pee-proof underwear company, and conducted by OnePoll, over half of participants polled 61 percent regularly deal with bladder leaks. While 88 percent of those surveyed think that bladder issues minor wetting are common among women regardless of age, nearly half of survey participants 49 percent feel that their quality of life has suffered because of leaks. In fact, the results found that 33 percent of the women surveyed experience a bladder leak multiple times a day and 19 percent experience them every day, no matter how old they are. This survey demonstrates just how common leaks with adult women are and how that impacts their lives. Survey results also showed that women avoid certain activities for fear of experiencing a bladder leak in public, with 27 percent missing out on social events because they are concerned about leakage; 22 percent avoid jumping; and 21 percent avoiding any trip involving a long car ride because of their deep concern of having any sort of bladder leak. Hanging out with friends and going to social events becomes a problem for women who experience minor leaks on a regular basis.
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