Q: What can I do about a leaky bladder?

Here's the Answer

Some women say to me, “Every time I sneeze, I pee.” Here’s what I tell them: your bladder is controlled by muscles, and as you get older there is a natural decline in muscle strength. The opening of your urethra, which is surrounded by muscles, is not as strong as it used to be, and that results in Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Just as you have to work out your arms and legs to stay toned, the same is true with your pelvic floor. The first thing I recommend is to exercise your pelvic floor by doing Kegel exercises – the right way. Find out how below.

The next thing I recommend is taking good care of the most important real estate of your body: the clitoris to the anus. That’s why I created Julva to deliver nutrients and hormones directly to this area.

I also tell my clients how important it is to keep their diet clean and healthy with two essential components to my nutrition system: my all-in-one Keto-Green meal replacement, a delicious way to nourish and energize your body, and Mighty Maca Plus, my signature superfood green drink that truly supports you.

Girl Talk with Dr. Anna

Quick and Easy Kegels