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Your Guide To Urinary Incontinence After Childbirth, And What To Do About It

When Faith Tan peed on herself and wet the floor shortly after the birth of her daughter, she brushed off the incident as a one-time embarrassment. After all, she’d had a hard time pushing out her third baby.

But Faith never quite regained control of her bladder. Within a week of giving birth, adult diapers had become her postpartum norm. She was suffering from what is medically known as urinary incontinence.

This is what to know about the condition, so you can minimise your risk – a take back control of your bladder (and life).

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