The loss of bladder control can be very embarrassing. Urinary incontinence can force you to not want to leave your house and be very isolating. It is a problem that can really disrupt daily activities. But it is also a problem that is much more common than you may think, and there could be a solution.
During pregnancy, the increased weight of the uterus can lead to stress incontinence. Similarly, a vaginal pregnancy can weaken the muscles that are needed for bladder control. Thus, women who have had at least one pregnancy and whom have not had a cesarean section are more likely to suffer from urinary incontinence. A recent study from the Aesthetic Surgery Journal shows that an abdominoplasty, more commonly known as a “tummy tuck”, not only creates a firmer and smoother abdomen, but can also relieve the symptoms of urinary incontinence.
Read the full article HERE to find out more about how abdominoplasty may be able to help you.