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A bladder diary is a diary or a log of of how many times you urinate, this can also include the amount passed and foods and drinks consumed.
Bladder Diary Chart
A bladder diary chart is a 24 hour recording of the amount of liquid you take into your body and and urine that passes out through urination. A bladder diary chart will help you to recognise if there is any correlation between your fluid intake and the amount of time you pee, or if you have any accidents or episodes of incontinence. Keeping a bladder diary will help both you and your healthcare provider to understand your fluid intake, frequency of urination and how much your bladder can hold and many other aspects important to the health function of your bladder.
On average your healthcare provider will want at least 3 days information for a bladder diary chart, not all days have to be consecutive.
Can Kegel8 Help With A Bladder Diary Chart?
Electrical stimulation via a comfortable vaginal probe is an ideal way to strengthen the muscles of a weak pelvic floor.
If you are completing a Bladder Diary Chart you might want to refer to your healthcare provider to seek their opinion. If they recommend that your first course of action is to start muscle strengthening and pelvic floor exercise then Kegel8 is here to help!.
- Bladder Weakness is not inevitable - in many cases simple exercises will help, so when you have your bladder diary results - its time to take control again and be free from leaks and excessive loo-visits.
- Bladder Control Now you've done your Bladder Diary - lets look at some of the possible causes.
- Over-active Bladder Has your bladder diary highlighted you have an over-active bladder? Kegel8 will help you look after your bladder and regain bladder control.