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Dribbling After Urination

Did you know that dribbling after urination is often a sign of pelvic floor dysfunction and commonly seen in pelvic organ prolapse? This is most notably from bladder prolapse known as cystocele. Did you also know that this is something that is easily treated by a skilled pelvic floor physiotherapist or physical therapist?


Some simple adjustments to how often you're peeing, the kinds of fluids you are taking in (ie sodas, caffeines, teas and water) and standing up then sitting back down after you urinate can often be very helpful for facilitating positive change.


So, next time you're on the toilet, pay attention to whether you have any residual dribbling when you stand up to put your pants back on.


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