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Overactive bladder
I have an overactive bladder and i am on medication. .urge to urinate is reduce but i leak when i streach my legs. I am doing keges from last 2 weeks even in kegel some times i leak a very little .so can kegels help to stop this leakage permanently and can overactive bladeer can be cured permanently or completly
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Hello, Continue what you are doing right now. Positive results will be seen in some time.
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Consult ayurvedic gynecologist for Panchakarma especially Uttarbasti. Medicines and Panchakarma will improve your situation. Learn Kegel Exercise from expert.
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Hi, answer to ur question is yes, it can be taken care with proper medication n exercise. So continue what u r doing. Also u can start with homoeopathy treatment .
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It can cured if you don't have any other pathology However show a gynaecologist first and consult urologist too. Kegels should be done in the right manner.
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