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Bouncing Back Post Baby!

Whether you are a mama-to-be or a new mommy, I’m sure the thought of “how to lose the baby weight” has already crossed your mind.  I always remind our mamas’ that we grow for 40 weeks during pregnancy, so set the expectations to get your belly back by the Baby’s 1st Birthday or up to two years, if you had any complications like diastasis recti, adhesions, a C-section, or delivered two babies within two years (oh, that’s me!).  443 more words

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Urinal Leakage and Incontience Sufferers - We're Here to Support Your Bladder!

Many of us may be embarrassed to talk about it but it’s happened to almost all of us; whether it’s caused by uncontrollable laughter or aging, it’s more common than you may think – … 659 more words

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Pregnancy week 30: Braxton Hicks contractions, Linea Nigra, active fetus, kegel exercises, pressure down there

Ello ello!

I am starting to experience Braxton Hicks contractions at 30 weeks. Initially, I was starting to feel pains and cramps in my tummy, and can be anytime during the day or night, although not very frequent, like once a day. 344 more words

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Manhood: You Can’t Make it Bigger, but You Can Make it Stronger with Man Kegels

The following is a guest blog written by David Mandell, entrepreneur and cofounder of The Private Gym, a company whose mission is to provide men with the means of learning Kegel exercises in order to become masters of their pelvic floor and improve their pelvic health. 821 more words

Incontinence in Women-You Don't Have To Depend on Depends!

Many women suffer in silence with their problem of urinary incontinence. About 1\3 of women between 40-70 have a problem of urinary incontinence and it is more common in women after menopause. 607 more words

Incontinence

Kegel Exercises For Men- Non-Medical Treatment of Overactive Bladder

For decades, women have been doing Kegel exercises (named after the gynecologist who invited the exercises) to help control urinary incontinence. Now we know that regular, daily exercising of pelvic muscles can improve, and even prevent, urinary incontinence even in men. 820 more words

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