Stress incontinence in women

Do you cut your laugh short because of an unexpected leak? Do you experience urine leaks when coughing, sneezing, jumping or heavy lifting? That means you’re dealing with stress , which is the most common type of incontinence among women. “Sometimes it just takes a big sneeze” jokes Deborah, one of our case studies in our Age of Confidence campaign. Find out what UK women think about their body image, how incontinence affects them and how to overcome any fears or distress.   
in women happens when the that support the bladder have become weakened. If we laugh, jump, cough or lift something heavy, it increases the pressure on the bladder, and the pelvic floor muscles are unable to tighten enough to keep all the urine in. Usually, only small amounts of urine come out. 
By doing kegel exercises you can train your pelvic floor muscles to be better at holding back the leaks. You can also manage the symptoms of stress incontinence with protective liners, pads, or underwear. Visit our product page to find your fit, or order a free sample