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How can you permanently fix the problem when you loose urine when having sex

By Anonymous June 16, 2009 - 9:37pm
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Every time I have sex my vagina becomes so wet because of urine that I loose I think it comes from the urethra and have to dry out my vagina to continue to have sex. I am soooooo distressed about it that I am soo sad that I don't want to ever start a relationship again, because when I have sex I worry about this problem so much that I can never have an orgasm and this problem usually ends my relationship. What should I do, I hate to be alone the rest of my life I really want to have a permanent cure not just temporary. Did anybody outthere have the same problem and how is it corrected. Believe me this problem REALLY DEPRESSES ME and occupies a major part of my life because I find sex is so important in a relationship.

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Dear Anon, thanks so much for your post I know this is difficult for you but there are some things you can do about it. Dr. Sanz had composed a video on losing urine during sex and urinary incontinence. I have attached the link and think that you will find it very helpful: http://www.empowher.com/media/video/video-dr-sanz-losing-urine-during-sex-considered-urinary-incontinence
There are three things can cause urinary incontinence during sex:
First- a full bladder. Try emptying your bladder prior to having sex. Sometimes our bladder can be full and we wont realize it until penetration starts, then sex can become painful or uncomfortable. Secondly, Dr. Sanz mentions getting a urine culture because of a possible bacteria that may "live" in your urine causing your bladder irritability. And lastly, it may be that your bladder is contracting.
I hope that this helps some with your question and remember that you don't have to live with this and you can work with your doctor to find a solution to your problem.

June 17, 2009 - 5:58am
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