Stress Urinary Incontinence

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Last Updated: 05 May 2022
stress urinary incontinence as the presenting complaint of benign joint hypermobility syndrome. "stress urinary incontinence as the presenting complaint of benign joint hypermobility syndrome.", by Smith MD, Hussain M, Seth JH, Kazkaz H, Panicker JN. SHORTS-12-005F1: (a) View of the bladder after contrast filling. (b) Beaking of the bladder neck (indicated by arrow) produced on coughing, demonstrating urethral hypermobility. This was responsible for her stress incontinence...

Stress urinary incontinence is a common type of bladder control trouble in people that were appointed female at birth. When the structures that aid hold urine in your bladder are weak, this problem may occur. If you have stress incontinence, you might leakage urine when you: Sneeze, laugh, or coughing; Lift something heavy; Exercise. The bladder holds urine until you're ready to let it spurt. These structures aid: The pelvic floor muscle mass and connective tissue. When the muscles and connective tissue are strong, the urethra and bladder are well sustained. The urethral sphincter, This is a band of muscle mass around the urethra. When you desire urine to move out, these muscle mass relax.

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