The Cause Of Always Urinating When Coughing Or Sneezing?
, almost every time I cough or sneeze I urinate. r nSo to overcome this, I use the pantyliner every day as a precaution. r nIs it safe or not yes and what bad effects will it have for the future? r nThanks.
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Not being able to control urination is known as urinary incontinence. This condition is a condition where the urine comes out uncontrolled. There are various kinds of urinary incontinence conditions, such as stress incontinence (due to sudden pressure in the abdominal cavity, for example from coughing, sneezing, laughing), functional incontinence (a person suffering from a health problem that is unable to go to the toilet on time), urge incontinence (arriving - suddenly there is an excessive desire to urinate and not have time to go to the toilet), overflow incontinence (occurs when a person experiences urination that is not complete, then one day the rest of the urine is uncontrolled), or a mixture of the above conditions (mixed incontinence).
Some conditions that can increase your risk of urinary incontinence include:
1. Women, especially those who have given birth several times in normal delivery
2. Old age
3. Obesity / overweight
4. Constipation / constipation
5. Have had an injury or surgery to the pelvic organs or urinary tract
6.Have a chronic (long-term) cough
7.Renal and urinary tract disorders (for example, urinary tract stones)
8. Urinary tract infection
Check with your doctor to determine the cause, because urinary incontinence is a sign of a certain medical condition. By knowing the cause, it will also know the right therapy. The doctor will do a general physical examination, and perform supporting examinations such as urine analysis, looking at the remaining urine in the bladder, ultrasound, to cystoscopy (inserting a small camera to see the condition of the bladder). Conditions that require prompt medical attention are incontinence accompanied by decreased consciousness, weakness in half of the body, tingling in half of the body, sudden visual disturbances, and speech problems.
The use of panty liners is safe as long as it is not too frequent and must be changed frequently, at least 3 times a day or every time it gets wet / dirty to avoid infection. Make sure you are not allergic to the ingredients of the panty liner.
To help reduce symptoms, you can do the things below:
1. If you are overweight, try to reach your ideal body weight.
2. Do Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. Read about Kegel exercises in the article "Kegel exercises".
3. Reduce consumption of caffeinated and alcoholic foods / drinks.
4. Avoid smoking.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.