Urine Leakage while exercising

Have you ever had urine leakage while exercising? Have you had a few drops of urine leakage while exercising, jumping, running, or lifting weights?

If your answer is yes, you may be experiencing something that is much more common than you think which is due to a lack of strengthening of the pelvic floor.

Urine leakage while exercising or during physical activity, better known as stress incontinence, is due to the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments that support the bladder, urethra, uterus, vagina, and rectum.

To treat these unfortunate leakages, specialists recommend regular Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles and ligaments surrounding the pelvis, which will help control the surprising urine leaks.

With this recommendation in mind, modern cosmetic medicine has created the non-invasive treatment known as:


This treatment uses activated electromagnetic energy to help generate pelvic floor contractions effectively, allowing the patient to perform 11,000 pelvic strengthening exercises in 30 minutes.

Patients can choose BTL Emsella as a quick and simple alternative to improve their urinary incontinence condition. It can also be an alternative treatment instead of a surgical intervention, or it can be used as a complementary therapy after surgery.

The content of this article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.

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