These muscles are weakened for various reasons: pregnancy, vaginal childbirth, constipation, inadequate sports, hormonal changes, aging. But the most important cause is pregnancy and childbirth. Deteriorating pelvic muscles also may cause sexual dysfunction and that women do not receive enough stimulation and orgasms are less intense or not at all be achieved. This lack of muscle support can cause discomfort or pain sensations during sex, incontinence can occur even during intercourse. All this can lead to a deterioration of security and self esteem. This muscle weakness can not recover spontaneously and recovery is possible through Kegel exercises, mebstudio, proprioception, myofascial therapy, vaginal cones, biofeedback, electrical, … 2 Our work as physiotherapists When we get a person with this problem and has no prescription He underwent a medical history, examination and indicated his visit with a specialist, either a urologist, gynecologist or coloproctologic.

To effectively treat incontinence must be properly diagnosed, so they need a series of tests in each case and specific treatment Combined pharmacological and physiotherapist either. In addition to seeking, it is also important to prevent, so always insist on antepartum courses on the muscles. URINARY INCONTINENCE URINARY INCONTINENCE TYPES The types of urinary incontinence can be grouped in the following entities as their clinical characteristics and the population group to which they belong? Stress urinary incontinence (stress incontinence)? Urge incontinence (unstable bladder)? Mixed urinary incontinence? Urge incontinence psychogenic cause? Neurological cause urinary incontinence (neurogenic bladder)? Overflow incontinence? Bladder instability in men (BPH Detrusor unstable)? Enuresis? Urinary incontinence in older people urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine, objectively demonstrable, that is, for the person who suffers a social and hygienic 3 What is the pelvic floor?