Urinary Incontinence

Do you find yourself scared of laughing or being caught short when you're out and about?

Bladder symptoms are very common in the menopause as hormonal changes can thin the lining of the urethra and weaken the sphincter muscles (the ones that keep your pee in). Your pelvic muscles can be affected by hormonal changes and cause your bladder to change position, triggering this potentially embarrassing symptom.