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Patient Perspective: Running with incontinence

Patient Perspective: Running with incontinence

You may feel like it’s impossible to be a runner if you have incontinence or a pelvic floor issue. This woman shares her experience and tells us why she won’t let her bladder leaks stop her from doing something she loves. (Plus, some tips to help you manage leaks if you love to run.)

Kegels For Stress Urinary Incontinence

Kegels For Stress Urinary Incontinence

Often, the right exercises, such as kegels, can help alleviate symptoms of urinary incontinence – no pills or surgery needed. Learn more about kegels, and how they can stop bladder leaks, here.

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