Often parents stress that children hold the urge to go, thinking that the child will then go empty when they get a chance. If the bladder muscles contract or the muscles surrounding the urethra relax without warning, the result is incontinence. The results of this abnormal behavior usually include daytime wetting, having to rush to the bathroom, urinary tract infections and constipation.
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This results from changes that occur during childbirth, including weakened muscles and nerve stimulation. This involves focusing on the muscles you use to stop your urine flow and contracting them for 5 to 10 seconds.