You know the feeling… you jump onto the trampoline to have a bounce with the kids…
….and then you wish you hadn’t..
Or at least you wish you’d visited the loo before you started.
Yes, it’s stress incontinence and it affects at least 1/3 of us mums after childbirth.
Ah, the joys of motherhood.
Now then, we all know what we need to do. But we forget, don’t we?
Here’s a couple of infographics to help us all improve our pelvic floors and thus our trampolining, running and even sneezing.
And here’s a second infographic, just to make sure we are all doing the best we can.
Did you know that Dr Arnold Kegel (1894 0 1981) was the US gynaecologist who studied how women could improve their pelvic floor muscles using exercises he invented?
Right, so let’s get on with dozens of Kegels a day so that we can keep up with the kids.
Does anyone ever do as many pelvic floor exercises as they should do?
Come on, ladies… let’s do a lazy five of them right now.
This post has been sponsored by Tena. Thanks for the reminder, Tena.