athletic incontinence

Male and Female Athletic Incontinence | Definitions, Symptoms, Treatments

Male and Female Athletic Incontinence | Definitions, Symptoms, Treatments What is Athletic Incontinence? Urinary Incontinence (UI) usually occurs when in motion and when you exercise it can get even worse because you are likely breathing heavy, lifting something, bearing down, running, jumping, and twisting. Both stress urinary incontinence and urge incontinence can occur with exercise, […]

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urethral sphincter damage

Urethral Sphincter Nerve and Muscle Damage: What You Should Know

Urethral Sphincter Nerve and Muscle Damage: What You Should Know What is the urethral sphincter? The urethral sphincter plays a significant role in releasing urine, although nerve and muscle damage can inhibit that functioning. The urethral sphincter is a series of muscles that surround the urethra and controls the release of urine from the urethra and bladder […]

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