It's better than before the first symptom is contact a doctor to perform a correct diagnosis so we can start a program of pelvic floor physiotherapy avoiding the problem worse. Physical therapy not only prevents but can sometimes avoid surgery. In other countries like the United States first begins with conservative treatment and then where they have not given a good result we study the possible surgical intervention. Treatment today is no longer the only alternative to surgery, the treatment proposed in the most modern facilities in the pelvic floor physiotherapy. This branch of Physiotherapy uses various tools. Performing pelvic floor exercises active contractions, regular and specific to each case and person. Manual therapy treatments that mobilize visceral and myofascial structures and viscera for physiological functioning? Biofeedback. Technical constant information on the role you want to submit to voluntary control), electrical stimulation, exercises specific …

These are all techniques that enable people to control physiological responses. EDUCATION? Food appropriate? Tips in daily life. 5 everyday habits urge incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine associated with the strong desire to urinate accompanied by fear of wetting or fear of pain to retain urine. The cause is the existence of the involuntary detrusor muscle, is considered therefore that there is an unstable bladder. Stress incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine by insufficient closure of the urethra to increase abdominal pressure. The loss is associated with movements, jumping, bending, coughing, sneezing ,…, and during it there is no feeling of need to urinate. CONCLUSIONS? Any person with incontinence, whether urinary or fecal must find its solution. Breaking the myth of believing that a woman is incontinent.

For a society like ours is inadmissible accept urinary incontinence without finding a solution. There are treatments, pharmacological, physiotherapeutic and surgical equipment. Depending on the type of incontinence will be a complete solution or in other cases, though not entirely eliminate the problem, you can reach a tolerable situation. With a correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment is achieved full healing for many incontinent, and in chronic patients is improved quality of life. Physiotherapist Blanquet Mer specializes in pelvic floor rehabilitation. ASCAT President, Association women's health. "