Your menstural cycle dictates how you feel throughout each month and your period brings lots of unwanted side effects. In the last 20 years, studies have begun to show that one of those side effects might be incontinence.
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A surprising number of women who have been diagnosed with or survived breast cancer experience urinary incontinence, but symptoms can be treated.
We know that incontinence symptoms can be stressful to manage, but studies are now finding that these symptoms actually cause depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem levels among women.
If you leak while you run or exercise, you're not alone. It's a very common occurence among women and even pro-atheletes experience it.
Urinary incontinence can be caused by factors such as nerve damage, medications, pelvic injuries, obesity, and urinary tract infections (UTIs). However, two factors that contribute specifically to the rise in incontinence in women include pregnancy and menopause.