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Urine loss in menopause: what they are and how they are treated

Possibly the urinary disorders They are, along with hot flashes, one of the most bothersome symptoms of menopause, natural stage of life when menstruation begins disappears.

This involves a series of hormonal changes (Decrease of estrogen, which also influence the occurrence of these disorders) and also the urinary tract tissues (Become less elastic, for example). However slight, should not be underestimated, as they can cause great discomfort in women (for example, involuntary loss of urine with some effort or when laughing) and even if not treated lead infections.

In most cases I is a problem of urinary incontinence, characterized by loss of bladder control. A disorder that, once diagnosed, can be treated in most cases without difficulty. However, and here is the other side of this disorder is that not all women who they suffer seek medical attention, modesty or shame, when in fact they must put aside these feelings because it is a disorder much more common than we think (it is estimated that in our country suffer urinary continence more than 4 and a half million women over 35 years) and directly related to age. No remedy can also involve psychological effects. In fact, experts say that incontinence, or the fear of suffering a loss of urine in public, can lead to anxiety or depression.

Treatment

There are different types of incontinence and, therefore, treatment will vary depending on the cause. In some cases will be given the medicines, in others they considered alternatives such as bladder training exercises or strengthening the muscles, electrostimulation therapy&# 8230; There are also several surgical techniques that give good results, but it is also necessary to know these cases is the type of incontinence suffer to target appropriate treatment.

The most important thing is to live this stage naturally, because menopause (which usually occurs on average between 45 and 50 years) is part of the way of life. Therefore, to live it with the highest possible quality is important to take care of ourselves, and that includes consulting a doctor when some kind of problem or discomfort occurs. Knowing the changes that will experience the body during menopause will help us identify them and bring them more naturally.

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