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Prostate Operation That’s Done Via Your WRIST Can Cut Threat of Incontinence

THE PATIENT. About eight years ago, I started needing the loo frequently at night. I put up with it at first, but it gradually got worse — at one point I needed to go five or six times a night. My GP told me to avoid alcohol and caffeine as these irritate the bladder, but this didn’t make a great difference and my symptoms continued to worsen.  By last year, I was getting up for the loo in the night so often it left me feeling tired during the day.  My GP suspected I had an enlarged prostate so referred me to a urologist. A few weeks later, I underwent various tests, including one where a machine measures the speed of your urine flow.  Read more.

Source: Daily Mail, August 7, 2017

 

Kegel Exercises for Men for Pelvic Floor Strengthening

use kegel exercises to strenghten the male pubooccygeus muscle

Kegel exercises are done by tightening and relaxing the PC or pubococcygeus muscles located in the pelvic floor.

While many women are familiar with Kegel exercises for strengthening their pelvic floor muscle, Kegel exercises are also important for men. Keeping the pelvic floor muscle strong can be especially important for men prior to and after prostate surgery, for those with overactive bladder (OAB) and for those with chronic conditions, such as diabetes. Men who have urinary and/or fecal incontinence and light leakage of urine right after urinating will often also benefit from Kegel exercises.Continue reading