Now, no estrogen. Just Tamoxifen.
I scanned an Annals of Internal Medicine abstract of some recommendations for treating urinary incontinence (which includes some women having to pee when they laugh.)
A couple of aggravating risks mentioned were overweight, which some of us get on Tamox, and constipation, which some of us are battling now on Tamox.
Apparently somebody knows a mysterious therapy: pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT). I suspect that involves what we used to call Kegels, exercises that were supposed to help our sex lives. Let's investigate Kegels, which I tend to forget about for years at a time.
After an exhaustive 3-second search, here's what I found:
They really do tell you exactly how to find the right muscles and how to do the exercises. There are a few incontinence situations this exercise may not help, but it could be a blessing for you.
It could even be FUN (read the fine print.)
I wish you health.