Loss of Bladder Control

Loss of Bladder Control

Loss of bladder control, also known as urinary incontinence, is a common yet unpleasant problem for many women. It affects your quality of life and can make it difficult to enjoy activities you used to love or even go about your daily life. Thankfully, there are treatments available for managing and treating this condition. Femilift is one such treatment that has been gaining ground in recent years due to its non-invasive nature and effectiveness.

What Causes Loss of Bladder Control?

There are a variety of factors that can cause loss of bladder control, though it's more common among women than men due to their anatomy and childbirth. Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and aging are all contributing factors that can weaken the pelvic muscles leading to the inability to control urine release. Other causes of urinary incontinence include weak bladder muscles, urinary tract infections (UTIs), constipation or other medical conditions like diabetes or multiple sclerosis.

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