How To Deal With Menopause-Related Incontinence

Pelvic Exercises Increase Pleasure

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There are certain exercises that a woman can do that can help strengthen her pelvic muscles. These muscles are part of what a woman uses to control the flow of urine but also have the added benefit of making intercourse more pleasurable. These exercises, at first, should be started while seated on the toilet until some measure of control is developed. Focusing on the muscles that surround the urethra, tighten the muscles and then slowly relax them. Doing this exercise ten times each time that she goes to the washroom, a woman can gradually increase her ability to “hold it” and even stop urinating mid-stream. In this way, she’ll increase her ability to wait until she can reach the bathroom in good time. But best of all, she’ll have a more pleasurable experience in the bedroom. Which is something to smile about during menopause.

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