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Stress Urinary Incontinence

Stress Urinary Incontinence
Is extremely common and up to 1 in 3 women can experience this.

Often caused by Pregnancy, Childbirth and Menopause.

The hormones and weight gain in pregnancy can affect and weaken your pelvic floor muscles and also the stretch of your pelvic floor muscles that support your urethra (this is the bladder outlet tube) causing stress Incontinence during activities that push down on your bladder.

So ladies your certainly not alone if you've experienced bladder leakage in either your pregnancy and/ or following the birth of your baby.
I would strongly ecommend seeing a women's physiotherapist to seek ways to reduce the symptoms.

Info sourced @ranzcog @continence.org.au
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