How to Manage Bladder Leaks in the Bedroom

One in three women experience incontinence and left untreated, its symptoms can be experienced anytime, anywhere—even in the bedroom.

Intercourse puts pressure on the bladder, which in turn can trigger leaks for those with weak pelvic floors. And who wants to worry about potentially embarrassing scenarios while being intimate? No one.

Sex should be a fun, pleasurable experience!(3)

Here are 4 top tips that can help:

  1. Limit liquid intake pre-sex. In particular, avoid drinking caffeine and alcohol, since they can increase your urgency and frequency of urination.
  2. Empty your bladder before initiating sex. This advice may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s ultra important.
  3. Try different positions. If you begin to feel bladder pressure in a particular position, simply switch to another—everyone’s body is different.
  4. Have an open discussion with your partner. Accidents happen! Don’t be afraid to explain to your partner what you’re struggling with.

While these tips may mask your concerns, it’s important to note they won’t fix them, leading your condition to likely worsen with age.

Fortunately, INNOVO can treat the root cause of incontinence. Using FDA-cleared technology, it effectively strengthens and re-educates your pelvic floor muscles by delivering 180 perfect Kegels. No probes, adhesives, or pills required—just a commitment of 30 minutes, five days a week for twelve weeks. A short amount of time for a lifetime of dryness, if you ask us.

Updated on Feb-07-22

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