Urinary incontinence is common post-baby.
A few months, or even a year, after you've had a baby, you might notice wetness when you sneeze, cough, exercise, laugh or have sex. My husband calls it Giggle Pee, but it's certainly nothing to get all funny about.
Yesterday, an anonymous CafeMom asked about her issues with postpartum urinary incontinence. She should not feel embarrassed. One-third of us who've given birth vaginally have been there. Luckily, there are easy, at-home solutions that don't involve wearing a pad or diaper.
Mainly, weak pelvic floor muscles are to blame. Strengthen them with the advice below:
Now, if you'll excuse me, I gotta go.
Do you have advice for women who are going through this right now?