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Incontinence after delivery

After delivery, a woman’s body is getting back to its pre-pregnancy state for a few weeks.  Hormonal changes and weakened or damaged pelvic muscles may still be behind incontinence which, however, should decrease gradually and stop completely after some time.

After delivery, a woman’s body is getting back to its pre-pregnancy state for a few weeks. Hormonal changes and weakened or damaged pelvic muscles may still be behind incontinence which, however, should decrease gradually and stop completely after some time. Usually the symptoms of incontinence disappear within 3 months of delivery, slightly later in woman with multiple deliveries and those who gave birth to children weighing over 4kg.  If incontinence does not stop within approx. 6 months from delivery when muscle tension should be back to normal, it is worth seeking advice from a gynaecologist or urologist.  The doctor will help with the right method of dealing with the problem. Practical guidelines for a young mum: give yourself time to get fit again -your body will eventually recover and incontinence will pass, continue Kegel exercises - you can do them at any time, even when looking after the child, don’t forget about yourself when looking after the child - visit your gynaecologist and if you suffer from incontinence, ask them for advice, drink many liquids, especially if you are breastfeeding,

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