Pregnancy and Childbirth Can Substantially Increase Your Risk of Developing Incontinence

Shutterstock_21514102Incontinence often begins with a few leaks when we laugh, cough, sneeze, or even exercise. For many women, that is where it stops. For some, whether right after the birth of a child or later on after menopause, those unfortunate "leaks" turn into experiencing spontaneous bladder emptying. Embarrassing? Oh, yeah. Messy? Most definitely. Your next thought is, "How do I handle this?" 

Read more on Egosancares blog to learn about the different types of incontinence that might affect you after childbirth or beyond - and what to do about it:

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Pregnancy and Childbirth Can Substantially Increase Your Risk of Developing Incontinence