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Leakage from you-know-where!

(3 Posts)
user1485249782 Tue 24-Jan-17 09:43:05

Before I run to the shop to stock up on Tena lady has anyone tried a laser treatment for small bouts of leakage?

This one has got great reviews on Feefo and it's less than £500 so I thought it might be worth a go

I've tried kegals but honestly I just want to get back to normal and quick! Hate having to worry about leaking all the time sad

Footle Tue 24-Jan-17 10:49:09

Ask for an appointment with a physio who specialises in gynae stuff.

user1485249782 Tue 24-Jan-17 14:39:56

Thanks, already done that. Got me nowhere sad

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