Incontinence During Sex
Coital incontinence occurs during sexual activity and affects up to 25 percent of all women, but it’s a topic that most women won’t even address with their physician. It can be extremely embarrassing, but is actually quite common. The good news is that you don’t have to suffer in silence.
Many women experience early signs of occasional unintended urinary leakage for months or even years. The episodes are often overlooked or their seriousness is minimized until symptoms reach a point where they can’t be ignored or are causing physical, mental and emotional distress.
When women do talk with a physician, they’re typically advised to perform Kegel exercises. While the exercises can aid in strengthening the pelvic floor, they do nothing to help you achieve orgasm, restore health to interior vaginal muscles that have become lax, or address thinning vaginal tissue.