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A Pelvic Muscle Precontraction Can Reduce Cough‐Related Urine Loss In Selected Women With Mild SUI

J. Miller, J. Ashton-Miller, J. DeLancey
Published 1998 · Medicine

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OBJECTIVES: To test the hypothesis that selected older women with mild‐to‐moderate stress urinary incontinence (SUI) can learn to demonstrate significantly reduced urine loss in 1 week by intentionally contracting the pelvic floor muscles before and during a cough (a skill we have termed “The Knack”).
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