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How Will My Weight Affect My Pelvic Floor?

Your body weight has a direct correlation to incontinence and a weak pelvic floor. If you are over-weight this excess weight is putting added pressure on your already weakened pelvic floor and it can result in episodes of stress urinary incontinence.

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Clinical studies have shown that by reducing your body weight, by just 5 per cent - can mean the difference between bladder and bowel control, or incontinence.

Your choice - reducing your body weight - together with learning how to do kegel exercises will help to strengthen your pelvic floor and stop incontinence.

Pelvic floor exercise is important for all women, especially as we have babies, get older and gain a few pounds in weight!  Please remember it is never too late to start exercising and to lose a few pounds in weight - all this will help to take the strain off your pelvic floor and stop your bladder leaking.

As always, Kegel8 is here to help you, call our helpline for more information.

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