Incontinence After Birth?

I'm leaking pee. Can I make it stop?
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ByThe Bump Editors
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Jan 2017
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Do your Kegels! Lots of women are a little leaky after childbirth, thanks to the loss of muscle tone in the perineum. Kegels can help build the muscles back up, which can help you learn to “hold it” again.

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