Liz Earle Wellbeing

LET’S TALK ABOUT… Incontinence

‘One in three women experience some form of incontinence after childbirth,’ says Dr Mayoni Gooneratne (drmayoni.co.uk). ‘This increases to 40 per cent of women over the age of 65, due to the loss of the protective effects of oestrogen during the menopause.’

The most common form is stress incontinence, which is characterised by a leaking of urine when the pelvic floor is under stress (when we cough or a sneeze, for instance).

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