Exercises - One of the most common treatment recommendations includes exercising the muscles of the pelvis. Kegel exercises to strengthen or retrain pelvic floor muscles and sphincter muscles can reduce stress leakage. Patients younger than 60 years old benefit the most. The patient should do at least 24 daily contractions for at least 6 weeks. It is possible to assess pelvic floor muscle strength using a Kegel perineometer. Increasingly there is evidence of the effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle exercise (PFME) to improve bladder control. For example, urinary incontinence following childbirth can be improved by performing PFME.
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Do not put your diaper on too tight so that it is right up against your crotch area or butt area. You do not want the diaper super tight otherwise it makes it harder to pee sitting down because of pure pressure reasons. Try fastening the diaper on a bit looser so that it allows more room in the crotch and bottom area.
Packing: I highly suggest getting a roll away luggage bag instead of just a regular bag because these are able to fit your clothes and adult diapers and supplies a lot better AND neater! I am a neat freak so I like my packing organized! What I do is always bring the most absorbent adult diapers I have on vacation (typically Bambino, Secure, and if I have Abena then I will bring them) in order to minimize bringing tons and tons of diapers which takes up even more room. The more absorbent adult diapers allow for longer lengths between changing which obviously reduces the amount of diapers you need to carry. I usually pack my diapers in a whole separate luggage bag (that is just me though). I will usually bring 2-3 thinner diapers which usually are Attends or Tranquility which I will wear on the beach. Thinner diapers are a must on the beach because it is usually hot and I don’t want a huge bulky diaper on when I am on the beach. So, you can go with Attends, Tranquility, or Secure Plus or Secure Premium adult diapers for the thinner ones…or Depends but I hate Depends lol. Make sure you remember to pack lots of powder (helps to keep cool) and loose fitting clothing because when you are the beach you don’t want to feel so constricted when wearing diapers at a hot beach (at least I don’t). Something about the beach instills a sense of “freedom” in me and I like to bring loose fitting shorts, wraps, etc that are just more “flowy” and “liberal”. No tight jeans or pants for me usually unless we go to a nice restaurant.
My next advice is the clothing you wear can make a big difference. I advise wearing jeans or cargo pants as they are very effective in helping keep the smell of a poopy diaper in until you can change yourself. If you wear shorts or really really loose clothing, its going to be easier for that smell to leak out at a faster rate and thus hit the nose of more passer-bys. And lastly a large part of why poop smells is from the food you eat. Artificial flavors and chemicals as well as meats add to that smell. While I am personally not a vegan or anywhere close to only eating natural foods, try to mix in more natural foods including vegetables that are fresh as well as fruits and try to avoid artificial flavors and chemicals as best you can and this will definitely help keep that smell to a minimal.