Most women experience incontinence due to the weakness of the pelvic floor muscle, that could be due to many reasons, from pregnancy to frequent heavy lifting. Urinary incontinence can be prevented by keeping the pelvic floor muscle strong and healthy through deliberate and accurate pelvic training. Ensuring you are doing your pelvic floor exercises correctly is the first step to preventing incontinence. When done correctly, regular pelvic training can be extremely effective in strengthening the pelvic floor muscle thus improving bladder control.
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