According to "Mayor Clinc", CIntimacy increases the likelihood of a woman passing urine. As a result, the bladder is put under a lot of strain during sexual intercourse. The question of whether the female ejaculation is pee or some other liquid is a prevalent one. Ejaculate is an uncontrolled flow of pee, however not all women do, according to studies. Men have been found to suffer from incontinence as well.
Urination during intercourse is examined in this article. So, if you'd want to learn something new from this post, feel free to continue reading to the end.
Studies show that incontinence is a major factor in the frequency with which women urinate during intimate encounters. It is the inadvertent and uncontrollable act of urinating. Incontinence affects around 25 million people in the United States, according to research.
According to "Healthlune", Urinary incontinence is a common ailment for women, and it may be categorized into three types: stress, urgency, and frequency.
1. Incontinence Due to Stress.
Stress urinary incontinence is the most common type of urine incontinence, accounting for 51% of all episodes of urination during intimacy.
When the bladder is under a lot of stress, women develop stress urinary incontinence. Coughing, sneezing, lifting a heavy object, and having intercourse are all examples of these actions.
2. A sudden and severe loss of bladder control.
Urge incontinence affects certain women and occurs when they suddenly feel the need to urinate. Involuntary contractions of the bladder muscles produce urgency urine incontinence. It's possible that this is a sign of an overactive bladder. People have the option of delaying their bathroom visit till a more convenient moment.
We don't know why this happens more frequently in the elderly, but we can speculate.
3. Mixed urinary incontinence.
According to "Everyday Health", When stress or urgency urine incontinence is the cause of urinating during sexual intercourse, this is what happens.
Urinating in the midst of intimacy can be embarrassing, but there are ways to avoid it, including modifying one's lifestyle, taking medication, and engaging in pelvic floor exercises.
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