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Louise Court investigates why talking about sex and bladder weakness is still strictly off-limits for many British women — and why this needs to change. With one in three women battling bladder weakness, many of them choose to say nothing … to anybody — not their friends, doctors or sexual partners.
Some prefer to avoid sex altogether. Research of women aged 30 to 70 has shown that women with incontinence issues were not only more likely not to have sex, but they also had less desire and satisfaction than women without the problem. But, according to relationship and sex therapist Rachel Morris, not talking about it is the biggest problem of all. Not just one in three women over Alternatively, it could be due to a reduction in oestrogen because of something like the menopause, when hormone replacement therapy or oestrogen pellets could be prescribed. If that includes not talking to your partner, they are quite likely to imagine it is them you are avoiding, not the sex.
Which creates a whole different problem in your relationship. However, choosing the time and the place to tell all is never easy. I am a therapist and I understand how difficult it often is for people to say things out loud. It is easier to say something when you are side by side and not looking at each other, when you are going for a walk, for example, and you are not likely to be interrupted.
Not a great basis for a happy love life.
You can explain to your partner in a flattering way that sometimes when you are really excited your body really lets go and that may include some wee. You can improve them with kegel exercises — squeezing and releasing your vaginal muscles when you urinate or are having sex. As incontinence affects one in three women over 35, we should all be having more open conversations about this everyday condition that impacts women of all ages.
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