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Embarrassment stops women seeking help for postnatal incontinence

News item - Posted on 06/09/2016

6 September 2016 Almost four in 10 women who experience urinary incontinence after childbirth are self-conscious about discussing the ...

In perspective: Vive la France!

Frontline article - Posted on 13/10/2014

Helen Mooney has been delighted by the free pelvic floor training she received from physiotherapists after having her second child in France earlier this year. ...

Large numbers of women stay silent about incontinence after childbirth

Press Release - Posted on 20/05/2014

20 May 2014 Poll reveals women are too embarrassed to seek help ...

Midwives and physios unite to prevent pregnancy-related incontinence

News item - Posted on 20/05/2014

20 May 2014 Most women who develop continence problems after childbirth do not seek help from a health professional, and many are too ...

Advice line - Tackling a taboo topic

Frontline article - Posted on 19/05/2014

Ruth ten Hove outlines a CSP and Royal College of Midwives initiative that aims to reduce rates of incontinence after childbirth ...

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