When postpartum moms talk about leaking, they don't always mean breastmilk. Incontinence can occur during and after pregnancy. In a new study, Spanish researchers have confirmed that mamas-to-be who experience urinary incontinence during their pregnancies are most likely to continue to experience the condition up to seven weeks after their babies arrive. Though some women are simply prone to incontinence (such as those with a family history or over the age of 35), others can take steps to prevent it before and during their pregnancies. Check out these tips.
Tips For Preventing Postpartum Incontinence
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