But, ever since he was born, I do. Some studies report that one out of 10 women my age are peeing themselves. Others say the numbers could be higher. But peeing in your pants is still embarrassing. Not from emotional stress, though leaking pee can cause that. But, from the physical stress of coughing.
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This is the corral containing the most non-elite of the running community — which is not a bad thing. As usual, the line was 50 people deep, made up mostly of women looking frantically at their phones and the mass of people moving toward the starting line. The movement required for the zipper, especially on the first try, is not what one would call quick or easy. It requires either a semi-crouch, or — if you have T-Rex arms like me — a full crouch. On HoustonChronicle.
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Consider the most annoying things in life. For the vast majority, "bursting for a piss" is surely up there with "wasps", "offensively slow walkers" and "plugging your phone in overnight and waking up to discover the plug was never on". I say the "vast majority", here, because for a small minority, desperately needing to urinate is an extremely desirable thing.
Something as simple as sneezing during an allergy fit or jumping during a cardio workout class could cause urine to leak out, says Philip Buffington, M. Your solution: Kegels—yep, the same exercise that can strengthen your orgasms —can build your pelvic floor muscles. Your solution: Kegels will help here, too. The American College of Physicians also recommends treating urge incontinence with overactive-bladder medication. Fesoterodine, in particular, has proven to be successful, note researchers.