There are several things you can do to stop peeing your pants:
  1. Practice pelvic floor muscle
  2. Avoid drinks that can irritate the bladder, such as caffeine and alcohol.
  3. Try to urinate on a regular schedule.
  4. You may benefit from medication or physical therapy.
  5. If the problem persists, consult a urologist.
It’s important to note that incontinence can be caused by various factors, such as urinary tract infection, constipation, neurological conditions, and certain medications. So, it’s important to get medical evaluation to rule out any underlying condition.
Managing incontinence starts with an open conversation with your doctor. Some incontinence issues are caused by medication, or infection, or other reasons. Let’s face it, accidental wetness or urinary urgency is embarrassing. No one wants to be the person who smells like, well, the bathroom. Get help and wear the right protection. In fact, the right protection builds confidence and makes every day brighter.