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What Is Incontinence in Pregnancy?

It is common for pregnant women to experience some degree of urinary incontinence or involuntary loss of urine. The most common reason for this complaint is the pressure of the uterus on the bladder, urethra, and pelvic floor muscles. Moreover, changes in progesterone levels during pregnancy can also weaken the pelvic floor and cause incontinence. Urinary leakage in pregnancy can also occur in women who have not been treated for previous UTI issues.

Conditions That Cause Urine Leakage In Pregnant Women

Stress incontinence is the most common form of incontinence during pregnancy. Urinary incontinence occurs when pressure on the bladder increases. Pregnant women with urinary incontinence may have an overactive bladder causing them to urinate more than normal due to uncontrollable spasms. Other contributing factors for urinary continence include:
Damaged nerves that control the bladder
Displacement of the bladder and urethra during pregnancy
Of these, involuntary leakage during coughing, sneezing, or laughing is the most common issue men experience after prostate surgery. On the other hand, treatments like radiation therapy may cause the urge for frequent urination with episodes of leakage.

How We Treat Pregnancy Incontinence at JOGO

Firstly, incontinence after pregnancy is only a symptom and not a disease. So, do not fret! Secondly, you will not face any health complications with JOGO's Digital Therapeutics (DTx) and Pelvic Floor Muscle Training (PFMT). JOGO Therapy is known for its world-class technology backed by clinical-proven EMG biofeedback. Ours is a solution born of many years of research to treat incontinence during pregnancy or post-partum incontinence. Our treatment plan effectively combines lifestyle modifications, digital therapy, and diet. In short, JOGO means pain-free, medication-free, and absolute safety!

JOGO's Treatment Solutions for Urine Leakage During Pregnancy

When you are pregnant, your safety is your number one priority. A problem as simple as urinary incontinence can easily be rectified through non-surgical methods that do not harm you or your foetus. This is the assurance you have with JOGO Clinic's biofeedback treatments which are safe, non-invasive, medication-free, low-risk and inexpensive. Above all, biofeedback encourages independence rather than relying on unsafe treatment methods. It helps you deal with:
  • Stress incontinence by understanding body signals and pelvic floor muscle strengthening exercises.
  • Urge incontinence by learning better control of the bladder muscles that constrict and cause the urge to urinate.

Find Your Answers Here

Is incontinence resolved after the birth of the baby?

Not exactly. Generally, it takes about three to six months for a woman's pelvic floor muscles to return to normal after pregnancy. However, some vaginal births can cause overstretching and tears. In such cases, urinary incontinence will likely be a problem for longer than usual. The condition can easily be reversed with postpartum urinary incontinence treatment at JOGO clinic, Chennai.

Can pregnancy incontinence be an indication of something more serious?

Yes. prolonged urinary incontinence may indicate the following issues:
  • Faecal incontinence due to progressive muscle weakening.
  • Sexual difficulties such as diminished vaginal sensation.
  • Internal organ prolapse causing the bladder and uterus to slide down.

Is incontinence during pregnancy caused by other medical conditions?

Certainly, pregnancy incontinence can be caused by stroke, diabetes and multiple sclerosis. Intake of anxiety medications may also cause incontinence.

How can I tell if I'm leaking amniotic fluid or urine?

You maybe experience urine leaks if they are intermittent and in small amounts. On the other hand, amniotic fluid leakage usually occurs in much larger amounts. The term used for amniotic fluid leakage is called "gush" and persists for longer than urine leakage.

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