Prevención de la Incontinencia Urinaria en la Menopausia

Con esta finalidad es importante tener en cuenta 8 reglas, que se detallan a continuación:

  • Primero, En la infancia, malos hábitos miccionales.
  • Segundo, En el embarazo, limitar la ganancia ponderal y realizar una educación perineal.
  • Tercero, En el parto, el período expulsivo ha de ser con vejiga vacía, evitar las expresiones abdominales y prevenir los desgarros perineales.
  • Cuarto, En el postparto, implantar unos ejercicios perineales antes que los ejercicios de recuperación de los músculos abdominales.
  • Quinto, En histerectomías, reinsertar los ligamentos a cúpula vaginal.
  • Sexto, En cirugía de prolapso, considerar la posibilidad de incontinencia urinaria enmascarada.
  • Séptimo, En la menopausia, indicar hormonoterapia sustitutiva.
  • Octavo, En general, combatir los factores de aumento crónico de la presión intraabdominal como estreñimiento pertinaz u obesidad.

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