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To pee or not to pee? Find help to control an overactive bladder

Do pelvic floor exercises, or Kegels, really help prevent urine leaks? Yes, Kegels and other pelvic floor therapy and treatment can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and prevent some of the embarrassing symptoms of an overactive bladder. Doing a set of 10 squeezes, 2-3 times a day and when urges occur, can help calm your urge to pee and help you get to the bathroom in time.

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