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Menopause and HRT

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Alternative Medicine for Menopause

Biofeedback

Several studies report that biofeedback that focuses on the workings of the pelvic floor muscles can help improve bladder control in some women. A transvaginal sensor inserted into the vagina and connected to a computer and monitor measures muscular activity, showing a woman just how effectively she is contracting her pelvic muscles. The monitor presents instant feedback as to which muscles need more training and strengthening.

For more information about biofeedback, please visit our section on Biofeedback. You may also want to visit the biofeedback for stress management.

Vaginal Cones

These tampon-shaped, hard plastic weights are, in essence, a type of biofeedback technique that can help a woman strengthen her pelvic-floor muscles to achieve better bladder control. Once a cone is inserted into the vagina, a woman walks around and tries to hold it in by tensing appropriate muscles. If the cone slides out, she is tensing the wrong muscles and needs further pelvic training.

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