Monday, October 4, 2010
It's still different. Urinary incontinence is often due to weakness of the perineum. The pelvic floor consists of muscles around the vagina, rectum and urethra to form a "floor". If these muscles relax, urinary incontinence can occur. When the release is important, it may be associated with urinary incontinence, anal incontinence and a prolapse: prolapse is represented by the descent of the organs of the pelvis and then the bladder, rectum, vagina and uterus are no longer supported and can express itself. Urinary incontinence is early latent, it appears that the effort, occasionally a cough or a sneeze at, and then, with age, it becomes permanent and requires women to wear pads.
Pregnancy and childbirth can be incriminated: childbirth stretches the muscles of the perineum and complications are possible especially incontinence. Today, women who have recently given birth, can follow a rehabilitation of the perineum in a physical therapist, the goal is to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to prevent the occurrence of urinary incontinence. It is sometimes necessary to resort to surgery to treat the urinary incontinence treatment principle is based on the installation of strips that will replace the defective floor of the perineum.