Exercising the pelvic floor muscles by simply lifting and squeezing is important for anyone with signs of stress incontinence and bladder problems, particularly for women who are pregnant or who have recently had children. These exercises can be done at home but better results are obtained when strengthening of the pelvic floor is co-ordinated by a qualified physiotherapist.

Retraining the bladder with the help of a physiotherapist can help you learn to suppress or ignore the desire to pass water, so you can return to a more normal pattern of going to the toilet.

If you require more information or would like to talk to someone from Gynaechoice regarding our Physiotherapist service, please get in contact.

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