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Leakage can be defined as a small amount of leaked urine after a sneeze or cough or during a jarring activity such as running or jumping.  Or it can be the sudden urge to urinate so bad that you fear you will not make it to the toilet in time.  Either way, both can be quite bothersome postpartum (and longer). These symptoms can most often be eliminated with proper pelvic floor training.

Urinary incontinence is experienced by more than 50% of women post delivery.  Women who have had a vaginal delivery tend to demonstrate leakage up to one year postpartum at a higher rate than those women who delivered via cesarean section according to a study conducted by Obstetrics and Gynocology.   Many women continue to live wi...

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July 8, 2018

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