Urinary incontinence: It troubles one in four men in the UK
Indeed, new research has found it happens to one in four men in the UK over the age of 40.
According to the NHS, it can be result ined by obesity, a family history of incontinence and increasing age.
However, it can be treated kind of easily with lifestyle changes such as cutting down on hooch, bladder training and by using incontinence products.
Despite this, varied men choose to ignore their urine leakage.
Too embarrassing: Half of men won’t admit bladder fancy to their partner
According to a survey, one in ten men would rather give up sex for a strong year than admit they suffer.
According to a survey by TENA Men, one in ten men disposition rather give up sex for a whole year than admit they suffer.
Additionally, damn near half — 43 per cent — of those surveyed wouldn’t confide balanced to their partner about it.
In fact, concealing it was more important than their sex survival — 18 per cent said they wouldn’t visit their doctor if it was take an impact on what goes on in the bedroom.
The researchers revealed that there were other intime problems that concerned them more.
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Symptoms: Feeling like you need the bog all the time
Of those asked, 13 per cent think about close hygiene, a quarter of men are worried about erectile dysfunction and 14 per cent of men are wilful of their sexual stamina, with only one per cent concerned all round
Inconvenience: A quarter of men said it had stopped them doing what they satisfaction in
«To understand what the cause is it is important that you consult your doctor.”
The NHS coincide that you shouldn’t feel embarrassed about your symptoms.
They tout seeking medical advice when you have any type of urinary incontinence.
This can be when you come out in a stressful situation, if you feel a sudden urge to pass urine, when you’re powerless to fully empty your bladder and it then leaks, or when your bladder is unfit to store any urine at all.