I keep wetting myself and struggle to have strong orgasms after having three kids | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: EMBARRASSINGLY, I’m an adult woman and keep wetting myself.

I know that a lot of women struggle with bladder control but it’s really starting to affect my life.


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I’m only 39 and have three children.

Yesterday, I wet myself coming back on the bus from town.

 I was with my kids and didn’t quite make it to the loo in time.

 Thankfully I was wearing a long coat so I don’t think anyone saw but it was very uncomfortable sitting in wet clothes.

I’m wondering if this issue could also be related to a less enjoyable sex life?

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Even though life is busy my husband and I are still regularly intimate.

The problem is my orgasms aren’t as strong and sex doesn’t feel as good.

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DEIDRE SAYS: It’s very common for women to experience urinary incontinence after childbirth.

Add pelvic floor exercises into your daily routine to  strengthen these muscles and regain not only bladder control, but also more sensitivity during sex and stronger orgasms.

To find these muscles, stop the flow while urinating – those are your pelvic floor muscles.

Then sit comfortably and squeeze the muscles ten to 15 times.

Do not hold your breath or tighten your stomach, bottom or thigh muscles at the same time.

Build up how long you hold your muscles for and how many you do.

If you are still worried please see your doctor.

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