Empty your bladder and overcome incomplete bladder emptying with this short instructional video by Michelle Kenway Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist. Michelle is the author of Inside Out – the essential women’s guide to pelvic support, along with Urogynaecologist Dr Judith Goh.
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This short information video teaches women the correct bladder empty position and technique. The technique demonstrated is designed to help women achieve an empty bladder without straining.
About ‘How to Empty Your Bladder’
This online video teaches women how to empty bladder contents effectively without straining with:
Correct seated position for emptying the bladder;
How to relax relax the pelvic floor muscles with bladder empty;
- Techniques for overcoming incomplete bladder emptying;
- How to improve urinary flow with voiding; and
- How to avoid straining to completely empty bladder contents.
Video duration: 2 minutes
Who is Bladder Emptying Video Suited to?
This information video is suited to women seeking information about overcoming the following:
Bladder retention or urinary retention problems;
Bladder dysfunction including slow flow and incomplete emptying;
Recent bladder repair surgery;
Recent pelvic surgery including after a hysterectomy and after pelvic prolapse repair;
Chronic bladder infection associated with inability to completely empty bladder contents;
Bladder emptying difficulty after recent childbirth;
Bladder problems with pelvic pain and increased pelvic floor muscle tension; and
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