Incontinence In Women: A Frequent Urinary Problem of Female

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A frequent problem

Urinary Incontinence (UI) is the inability to control the passage of urine (even a few drops), which is twice as common in women as in men, and this applies to almost all age groups. The reason is partly the way the organs in the lower abdomen (urinary bladder, urinary passage or urethra, etc.) and even the external opening are structured. More importantly, the female of the human species has to undergo a much greater strain through events like pregnancy and childbirth. These can result in medium-term or long -term weakness in the muscles of the lower abdomen, which can lead to urinary incontinence. There are highly absorbent adult diapers for women as well as men online, which one can use to manage their incontinence episodes with.

It is not difficult to imagine that when a woman is pregnant, and the unborn child grows in size and weight, the entire process exerts an increasing pressure on the urinary organs such as the bladder. The bladder can hold less than the normal 350-400 ml and feels full sooner than usual. Hence, the urge to pass urine would obviously come more often, and she might have to rush to the toilet as soon as the feeling arises.

Repeated pregnancy

Besides, they need to carry a growing baby for the full term of nine months, which can cause the muscles of the pelvis (the lower part of the abdomen) to become weaker than normal, particularly in someone who has already had two-three children before.

This is because the normal process of childbirth is extremely strenuous for the pelvic muscles, even more so, if the labour has been difficult or prolonged. At times, the obstetrician makes a small incision in the vaginal area to enable the baby to come out through the normal birth passage. This is known as episiotomy, and is often applied to avoid a forceps delivery. Though the incision is repaired and heals in a normal fashion, this takes time, and during the period of healing, the doctor may advise you not to strain for urine. The only solution is to go to the toilet more often or to manage temporary incontinence with adult incontinence diapers.

In women who are compelled to go through this process a number of times, which used to be a common thing in our country, even a generation ago, the pelvic floor muscles never regain their earlier strength. The consequence is the inability to hold their urine. We, at Friends Adult Diapers, have the best adult diapers available at our online collection. So, if you want to keep your incontinence episodes under control, you can order adult diapers online and start using them for a more relaxed time until it gets treated by your doctor.

Elderly women

As women cross the age of 50, and move towards menopause, all their muscles, including those in the lower abdomen, become weaker. It must, however, be emphasized that this is part of the normal process of aging, and has no direct connection with the onset of menopause. Hence, the age-related incontinence may actually be seen several years after menopause, which one can manage with adult diapers. But in some of these women, though not all, any severe abdominal strain such as a chronic cough, or a prolonged bout of laughter could result in a few drops trickling on to the clothes.

If that is the case, a perfectly acceptable remedy is a disposable underwear or adult diaper, along with special exercises to improve the strength of the abdominal muscles.

The one thing that one should not do in such circumstances is to avoid going out or receiving visitors for fear of being embarrassed. For more information on remedies for your problem, click here.