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How Does Menopause Contribute To Urinary Incontinence?
Dozens of changes occur within the body during menopause, some more embarrassing and harder to endure than others. One major change that occurs because of menopause: the drop in estrogen and testosterone levels that create new difficulties and problems.

Because of the changes to the body’s chemistry levels, menopause can lead to urinary incontinence, a common issue that hinders bladder control. 
 
Estrogen and Testosterone’s Effect on the Bladder
Persistently low levels of estrogen and testosterone can cause physical changes to the bladder sphincter, the muscles used to control the passing of urine through the urethra. Meanwhile, low levels of testosterone can also cause low levels of nitric oxide. With lower levels of nitric oxide, it is harder to tell when the bladder is full.  
Alternatives to Hormonal Treatments
Kegel exercises provide a viable alternative to hormonal treatments. These exercises naturally strengthen the bladder muscles, and when collated with natural solutions, such as Stop Urinary Miseries - Botanical Remedy for Postmenopausal Women, can minimize urinary problems caused by menopause.
 

Thanks to the water-soluble pumpkin seed extract in the formula, women can rebuild the tissue and muscles of their pelvic floor. And because the extract increases nitric oxide, it can cut down on the frequent bathroom trips.

Water-soluble pumpkin seed extract can even result in a 54.5 percent reduction of urinary leakage, according to recent studies.

Other herbs such as Dong Qui, Mexican Wild Yam, Phellodendron Amurense, Rehmannia Glutinosa and Paeonia Suffruticosa found in the formula restore levels of progesterone and testosterone. Together with exercises and herbs, women can strengthen pelvic muscles and improve their condition.

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