Updated 20 April 2016

Action point


Many believe that incontinence only affects women but it is common in men too.

Believe it or not, men should also be exercising their pelvic floors.

Not only will this help to reduce bladder leakages or prevent incontinence in later life but research has shown that a stronger pelvic floor can also improve erectile issues.

Visit our Incontinence Centre for more on managing this condition.


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