Did you know that Kegel exercises aren’t the only way to treat urinary stress incontinence? Vaginal cones are another approach that doesn’t involve medication and is often recommended by healthcare professionals.
Some useful resources about urinary incontinence.
Kegel exercises can help you get ready for the delivery.
Did you know that urinary incontinence is a common condition that can affect women in all stages of life?
The pelvic floor supports these structures and helps a woman to maintain control over urine flow and lower bowel function.
Pelvic floor weakening is caused by increasing and prolonged pressure on the pelvic floor by the fetus during pregnancy.
Were you aware that childbirth is known to create a risk of pelvic floor dysfunction such as urinary incontinence and of pelvic organ descent?