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  1. Your gynecologist may recommend a set of lifestyle habits and changes to control and treat urine incontinence. If the underlying cause or contributing factor, like a UTI (urinary tract infection) is identified, the gynecologist would recommend treatment for the underlying cause first. Common lifestyle habits and changes to control and treat urine incontinence include- Perform pelvic floor muscle exercises like kegels.   Avoid drinking caffeinated, carbonated and alcoholic beverages as they may irritate and affect bladder function.  Healthy lifestyle chanRead more

  1. Stress urinary incontinence or urinary leakage is the involuntary leakage of urine. As the female ages, estrogen levels begin to decline. This can cause several changes in the  angina including vaginal dryness, thinning of vaginal walls and weakened pelvic floor muscles.    Urinary incontinence can also be caused by underlying physical problems or medical condition, including: Pregnancy (increased weight of the fetus during pregnancy can lead to urine incontinence.) Reduced vaginal elasticity after multiple childbirth Obesity Weak pelvic floor muscles FeRead more