According to a piece published by Medicalnewstoday, urinating during intimacy is caused by incontinence. Incontinence is the term used to describe unintentional faeces. The National Association for Continence estimates that some 25 million American people have either short- or long-term incontinence. More than 80% of people are female. According to statistics, one in four women over the age of 18 occasionally leaks urine….CONTINUE READING
According to Healthline, Women may suffer urine leakage during intimate activities. The urethra or bladder may get strained as a result of intimate stimulation pressure. When this strain is combined with weak pelvic floor muscles, stress incontinence may be the result. The muscles in your bladder are prone to spasms when you urinate during a climax. Desire incontinence is the medical term for this issue.
Symptoms of an overactive bladder include urge leaking. It is characterized by an unanticipated, urgent need to urinate and an uncontrolled bladder contraction that releases urine.
According to a WebMD, Stress incontinence occurs when you engage in an activity that strains your bladder, such as intimacy. Each person has unique stress incontinence triggers. Regular causes include: coughing, laughing, sneezing….CONTINUE READING