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Health » Pelvic Exercises Treat Persistent Incontinence
Sep 17, 2004


Many women have urinary incontinence for a time after pregnancy, and pelvic floor exercises after childbirth have been shown to prevent or alleviate the problem. Less is known about how effective the exercises are for women whose incontinence lasts more than three months after delivery, the new study's lead author told Reuters Health.
The study, said Dr. Chantale Dumoulin of the University of Montreal, is the first to assess supervised pelvic floor conditioning for persistent post-pregnancy incontinence. She and her colleagues report the findings in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology.


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