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I have a weak bladder can you tell me any remadies to stregnten it?

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Dr. JUDY WASHINGTON
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Stress Incontinence.

Kegel exercises are an excellent way to strengthen the pelvic floor. However, you should have an evaluation to make a diagnosis.
Based on the finding, your doctor can recommend a treatment.

In brief: Stress Incontinence.

Kegel exercises are an excellent way to strengthen the pelvic floor. However, you should have an evaluation to make a diagnosis.
Based on the finding, your doctor can recommend a treatment.
Dr. JUDY WASHINGTON
Dr. JUDY WASHINGTON
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Dr. Andrew Siegel
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IbliBiRzOw video teaches pelvic exercises
Dr. Reid Blackwelder
Family Medicine

In brief: Exercises & destrain

Some of the approaches depend on what you mean by "weak bladder.
" it sopunds like some incontinence, or inability to control your urination. Pelvic floor exercises (link: http://www.Nafc.Org/stress-incontinence/index.Php?Page=pelvic-muscle-exercises&gclid=cmfk153n6k0cfyfb7aodez-s7a) can help, but you have do do many! also, being sure not to strain with exercise or lifting is important.

In brief: Exercises & destrain

Some of the approaches depend on what you mean by "weak bladder.
" it sopunds like some incontinence, or inability to control your urination. Pelvic floor exercises (link: http://www.Nafc.Org/stress-incontinence/index.Php?Page=pelvic-muscle-exercises&gclid=cmfk153n6k0cfyfb7aodez-s7a) can help, but you have do do many! also, being sure not to strain with exercise or lifting is important.
Dr. Reid Blackwelder
Dr. Reid Blackwelder
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Dr. Charles Addington II
Family Medicine

In brief: Kegel exercises

Pelvic floor exercises.
Start by tightening and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles twice a day. You should do approxatley ten repetitions at first and then work up to doing ten three to four times a day. This will help gain control.

In brief: Kegel exercises

Pelvic floor exercises.
Start by tightening and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles twice a day. You should do approxatley ten repetitions at first and then work up to doing ten three to four times a day. This will help gain control.
Dr. Charles Addington II
Dr. Charles Addington II
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