Your kidneys are constantly producing urine. Thin tubes called ureters carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder, where it is stored. The bladder should stay relaxed while it is filling and the urethra (the tube that expels urine from the bladder) should remain tight. When the decision is made to urinate, the urethra relaxes, the bladder squeezes, and urine flows out.
This is a complex process. The ability to control urination can be disrupted in different ways, resulting in incontinence. Urinary incontinence can occur at any age.
The symptoms of urinary incontinence include:
Urine loss may be a few drops or a large amount.
Waking up frequently at night to urinate, bedwetting or needing to urinate very often during the day also can be signals of a bladder control problem.
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Rely Medical Supply has a full range of incontinence and related products to meet the needs of most every customer. Whether you need bladder control pads, adult diapers, protective underwear (pullups), underpads (chux), gloves, wipes, odor control products, or skin care products, Rely Medical Supply is your best choice.
Call us for a free incontinence consultation. We're here to help you find an incontinence product that works for your needs. If you have questions about what incontinence products are right for you, give us a call at 1-888-529-2308 or visit our website at RelyMedical.com to browse our full range of incontinence products.
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Kegel exercises can help build pelvic floor strength. The motions are designed to squeeze the muscles you would use to stop urinating or passing gas and strengthen them over time. Learn how kegels work and the right way to do a kegel exercise for results.
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