Kegel exercises can help with menopausal urinary incontinence by strengthening muscles in the lower pelvic area. You will gain more bladder control and not have as many issues with urinary incontinence with menopause.
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Donna Hill Howes, RN, Administrator, answered
Honor Society of Nursing (STTI) answeredPelvic exercises or Kegel exercises can help strengthen muscles that keep the urethra (a tube connected to the bladder that allows urine to pass from the body) tightly closed. Just a few weeks of doing Kegel exercises for five minutes three times a day will start to help urinary incontinence.