Perimenopause symptoms that being with U:
Urge incontinence, incontinence, stress incontinence
Perimenopause sometimes increases incontinence, mainly in the form of stress incontinence. Stress incontinence is when you urinate accidentally when you laugh, cough, sneeze or exert yourself. The bladder muscles fail to work effectively. Urge incontinence is when the bladder contracts and empties when full, effectively making a woman unable to "hold it in". Some women experience overflow incontinence, in which the sensation of having to urinate disappears. In this case, you have no sensation that your bladder is full. You should see your doctor if you experience incontinence of any type.
Symptoms of Perimenopause
Managing Perimenopause Symptoms
Perimenopause Symptoms - Medical Treatment