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Stress Incontinence – Information & Supplies

 

What is it?

  • Stress incontinence is commonly caused by weakened muscles or damage to the muscles in the pelvic region
  • It is named stress incontinence because it is bladder leakage as a result of stress on the bladder
  • Activities you could be doing when this kind of incontinence happens:
    • Laughing
    • Coughing
    • Sneezing
    • Lifting
    • Running
    • Exercising

 

Why does it happen?

  • Stress incontinence is commonly caused by weakened muscles or damage to the muscles in the pelvic region
  • Some ways those muscles could be weakened
    • Pregnancy
    • Vaginal Childbirth
    • Surgery
    • Chronic cough
    • Constipation
    • Repeated heavy lifting
    • Genetic factors
    • Medications
    • Aging

 

 

The average adult bladder can hold over 2 cups of urine!

How can J & B Medical Supply help?

  • J & B Medical Supply provides customers with an easy way to get the incontinence supplies they need. We can supand ship a wide range of incontinence products straight to your door so you don’t have to leave the house to get the medical supplies you need.
  • We work hard so you don’t have to, which means we will work directly with your doctor to obtain your prescriptions, we will handle the billing with your insurance and ensure your supplies are shipped and delivered quickly!
  • We carry a wide range of incontinence supplies that can help manage your symptoms. From discrete briefs to overnight pads to swimwear, we have an extensive list of options.

Other types of Urinary Incontinence:
Urge Incontinence
Functional Incontinence
Mixed Incontinence
Overflow Incontinence

For additional information on Stress Incontinence, you can visit these websites:
nationalinstitutesofhealth.gov
webmd.com
nationalinstituteonaging.gov
everydayhealth.com
Exercises for Incontinence

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