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Sep 13th, 2019
Sep 13th, 2019 / Nicki Chick
She talks about symptoms, which can be more than incontinence. The pelvic floor is a stabiliser, so high impact activity such as running and HIIT can result in problems – you don’t have to have had a baby!
The big question on everyone’s lips – how much leakage is normal?
In the full article, Clare explains that no leakage is normal, so if you have any please see a physio for a consultation – it’s like any other niggle just not painful!
An overly-tight pelvic floor can cause as many issues as a weak one, often caused by poor breathing techniques.
The moral of this story – our Women’s Health Physios look after the bits that we can’t see. Don’t suffer in silence.