Does anyone else pee a little when they cough or laugh? I have been doing this for awhile now.... I have two kids and am 31. I am thinking of asking my dr about the surgery. Has anyone had it? I am worried I will not just drip a little but full on pee my pants at a bad time.
Have you tried doing Kegel exercises? I've read that they can help by strengthening your pelvic muscles.
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Lots of folks don't get better or even get worse with kegels -- look up Katy Bowman's pelvic floor recommendations for a good explanation of why, and of the better alternatives. Kegels never helped me, but Katy's recommendations helped in a matter of a couple of weeks!!
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