Pregnancy App Article: "Planning ahead: Pelvic floor exercises"

Week 14
Pelvic floor exercises
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If you haven’t already, now is the time to start pelvic floor exercises. You’ll thank yourself months from now. A strong pelvic floor will make it less likely you’ll suffer stress incontinence in later pregnancy and particularly after birth. 

To perform a pelvic floor exercise, first clench your bottom as if you’re holding in a poo, then clench the muscles in your vagina, like you are clenching a tampon, and your urethra, as if you were trying to stop the flow of urine mid-way through a wee. Hold for a few seconds and then release. 

It sounds tricky at first but they’re easy to do once you get the hang of them.
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I didn't do pelvic floor exercises during pregnancy. Trampolines now fill me with fear and when I sneeze I automatically cross my legs.
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Stopping peeing midflow can be a useful way of checking your pelvic floor muscles are getting stronger but shouldn't be used as muscle training as you can give yourself a urine infection. 
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