Incontinence – Do you pee when you laugh?


We need to talk about incontinence: Kiwi women scared to laugh in case of leakage

According to a recent article in Stuff:

“Stress” incontinence, the most common type of the condition, occurs when movement such as sneezing, laughing, exercising and heavy lifting puts pressure on the bladder.

It goes on to say that women routinely avoid “happiness moments and social contact” to avoid an accident.

Fortunately there is a way to address the problem.

 

Do you or someone you know relate to this article?

How many people would really admit to suffering from this problem, yet they do nothing about it! Why not?

Maybe you are suffering in silence because it’s “too embarrassing”; “I don’t know who to go to for help”; “it’s my lot, because I’ve had kids”; “I’m old, that’s what happens!” Whatever the cause, you don’t have to put up with: we can help. Shout, talk and get help NOW!

Evidence shows over 80% of people with stress incontinence can be helped with specialised physiotherapy.

Book online or Phone us on 09 551 4460 to arrange a one-on-one confidential consultation with one of our specialist physios.