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Womens's Health



It is the physiotherapy department that targets body, spirit and social well-being in all processes such as painful menstruation, urinary incontinence, pregnancy, starting with the menstrual period and continuing to menopause. These situations, which also affect the person socially, are caused by the inability of the pelvic floor muscles to function. What are the Pelvic Floor Muscles? It is located at the base of the pelvis bone, popularly known as the pelvis, and supports organs such as the bladder, uterus, large intestine, prostate on it like a hammock; They are the muscles involved in urination, defecation and sexual functions. These muscles have functions such as contraction, relaxation and stability. In case the Pelvic Floor Muscles fail to fulfill their duties, urinary incontinence (urinary incontinence) occurs involuntarily in drops or more intensely, which is one of the common women's health problems today. Although the severity varies, coughing, laughing or urinary incontinence may occur when the intra-abdominal pressure increases (stress incontinence), as well as sudden urination, inability to reach the toilet and urge type incontinence (urge type incontinence). may be (mixed type incontinence) What are the Risk Factors in Urinary Incontinence? It is seen in one of every 4 women after the age of 30, and it is more common in women who have given birth with menopause and more. Age (menopause) - Gender (female) - Cigaret - Obesity Constipation (constipation) Excessive caffeine intake Pregnancy - High number of births - It is ranked as excessive baby weight. What is Urinary Incontinence Treatment? Physiotherapy is a method in which successful results without side effects are obtained without surgery. Exercise for the Pelvic Floor Muscles, lifestyle changes, bladder training are the basis of treatment. In addition, the emg-biofeedback device enables the pelvic floor muscles to function in isolation. Urinary incontinence treatment improves the quality of life of patients and enables them to participate in life. Urinary incontinence is not the fate of the patient.