Getting Help for Light Bladder Weakness

When you hear the word incontinence, it very likely conjures up an image of an old person who has no control over their bodily functions. While this image certainly can happen, quite often incontinence sufferers are younger and are only dealing with light bladder weakness. More common in women due to the rigors of pregnancy and childbirth, light bladder weakness can lead to light adult incontinence.

Often an embarrassing condition, many women are hesitant to discuss the problem with anyone. The more mild the symptoms, the less likely a person is to seek any medical attention for it. Women are likely to suffer in silence especially if the incontinence is light or infrequent simply because they are to humiliated to discuss the problem with their doctor. The unfortunate thing about this scenario, is that oftentimes, your doctor may have a solution for your problem, so the suffering is needless.

Light bladder weakness can happen as a result of pregnancy and childbirth as mentioned above, and it can also be the result of hormonal changes that occur in a woman’s body as she ages. There are many changes that a woman’s body undergoes throughout her life, and there are any number of ways these changes can lead to light adult incontinence.

Fortunately you can find help for light bladder weakness, and your doctor is the one who can guide you in the right direction. Often the symptoms are curable, and always the symptoms are manageable. There are many incontinence products on the market, and your health care professional can direct you towards the best products to manage your particular situation. Whether you are young or old, light adult incontinence is a condition that many adults have to deal with, so cast off the embarrassment and discuss the problem with your doctor to find a solution that will work for your particular situation.

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