Pelvic Strengthening Exercises

Pelvic strengthening exercises helps to support the bladder, uterus and the bowel, reduces lower back pain and pelvic pressure, and improves sex. The commonly advised exercises include punning in place, pelvic lift, squats, lunges, leg side abduction, deadlift, donkey kickbacks, standing clamshell, side lying leg raise, quick flick Kegel’s, heel slides, marches, happy baby pose, and diaphragmatic breathing.

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How do you stop urinary bladder leakage?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 25 year old female. I am facing an issue with my urinary bladder. Most of the times I find my underwear wet with water or urine and not with white discharge. I feel my urine gets leaked. It is not that I tend to hold onto my urine for long. Whenever I feel like urinating, I instan...  Read Full »


Dr. Sadaf Mustafa

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Can you please provide more history? How long have you been having this issue now? Do you have pain with urination? How many kids to you have and were they relieved vaginally? Did you have any bladder or cervical procedure? Revert with the answers to the above questio...  Read Full »

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