The Fourth Trimester: What You Should Know about Life Postpartum
Stress Incontinence: Why Am I Dribbling?
It’s pretty simple; your hips, pelvis, and bladder were stretched, shoved, and rearranged to make room for that baby, and it will take some time for them to settle back into their rightful positions. While they slowly migrate back into place you may find yourself tinkling a little bit whenever you cough, sneeze, or laugh. Kegel exercises are your best bet for firming up the muscles that control your bladder, but it can take six to twelve weeks to see results from Kegels. Until then, just wear a panty liner or other absorbent protection and things should dry up somewhere between a few weeks to a couple of months down the line.
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