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What causes urination during s£x

What causes urination during s£x, according to a healthline article.

Urinating during intimacy is commonly caused by incontinence. Incontinence is the term for unintentional defecation. According to the National Association for Continence, around 25 million American people experience either short- or long-term incontinence. At least 80% of people are women. Actually, one out of every four women over the age of 18 periodically leaks urine.

A tendency to leak urine

Women sometimes have urine leakage during orgasms, intimate acts, or both. The urethra or bladder may get stressed as a result of pressure from intimate stimulation. When combined with weak pelvic floor muscles, this strain might lead to stress incontinence. Your bladder's muscles are prone to spasm when you urinate during a climax. Desire incontinence is the term for this condition.

Urge leakages are an indication of overactive bladder. Urine is expelled from the bladder uncontrollably as a result of an unanticipated, urgent need to urinate.

The condition known as urge incontinence can be brought on by a variety of factors, including running water or unlocking a door. Incontinence is frequently the reason of urinating during intimate moments. Unintentional defecation is known as incontinence. About 25 million Americans, either short- or long-term incontinent, according to the National Association for Continence. Most people—at least 80%—are female. The truth is that one in four women over the age of 18 occasionally leak pee.

A propensity to pee on things

Urine leaking in women can occur during orgasms, intimate actions, or both. The pressure from intimate stimulation may stress the urethra or bladder. Stress incontinence may result from this tension in combination with weak pelvic floor muscles. When you urinate during a climax, your bladder's muscles are prone to spasm. This syndrome is known as desire incontinence.

Leakages caused by urges are a sign of overactive bladder syndrome.

stress urination

You get stress incontinence when you perform an action that strains your bladder, such as intimacy. Different stressors can cause incontinence in different people. Typical causes include




moving heavy objects

performing athletic activities such as jumping or sprinting

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