Carrying and birthing a baby affects the pelvic floor and its functions. Here are some of the things many moms experience, and ways to treat or improve any symptoms you may experience during postpartum.
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Trampolines. Belly laughs with a friend. Allergy season. Jumping jacks.
What do all these things have in common? They place a large amount of stress on the pelvic floor, and many postpartum women report leaking urine with these activities.
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