Urinary Incontinence & Your Cough
Urinary incontinence describes involuntary loss of urine. It can be a few drops or complete loss of control. Urinary incontinence is a common problem but not a normal occurrence. Estimates are that 25 million people in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence. While both men and women are affected, 75 to 80 percent are women. According to research findings, women wait six years from the first time they experience urinary incontinence to seek medical attention.
Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough team listen attentively to each patient’s cough narrative and review each cough patient’s medical history. Cough patients’ firsthand accounts of embarrassment associated with persistent cough compounded by urinary incontinence validate the research findings.
Contact Dr. Mandel Sher: 727-393-8067 to get rid of the cough and urinary incontinence due to cough.
People, especially women, suffering with Chronic Cough often experience urinary incontinence as a direct result of cough. Get rid of the cough and also get rid of the urine leakage.
Pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder in daily activities such as standing, laughing, and coughing, can be “stressed” and weakened. Pelvic floor muscle exercises, if done correctly, may help reduce urinary incontinence symptoms.
Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough team attribute their patients’ remarkable success largely to Dr. Sher’s comprehensive and integrated approach to treating the underlying cause of Cough as well as the symptoms. Pelvic floor muscle exercises are an integral part of effective cough relief. Dr. Mandel Sher is a global expert in resolving persistent cough, even when patients have failed previous therapies.
As a cough Doctor, Researcher collaborating with world-wide scientists, Teacher within the medical community, and Advocate for cough awareness and treatment, Dr. Mandel Sher is consistently recognized by his peers as the ONLY “Best Doctor” for his specialty in Pinellas County.
Contact Dr. Mandel Sher for a Cough Solution! Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough: 727-393-8067.