Let me tell you a little secret: Kegels JUST aren’t enough to fix your prolapse. All or us are victims of gravity. Feeling too embarrassed to discuss the pressure of something protruding at the vaginal entrance? Worried because your mother and your grandmother have told you about theirs? Experience constipation? Considering a Bladder suspension surgery? You need to keep reading.
Is “I just pee’d a little” the new badge of honour among women that certifies an honest hearty laughter? Most women think it’s just part of having a baby. Leaking a little after having a baby, while common, is NOT normal. In fact, Urinary Incontinence (leakage of urine) is no laughing matter, and having incontinence during or after pregnancy is a strong predictor that you will experience incontinence again in the next 10-15 years.