Effect of cryotherapy on relief of perineal pain after vaginal childbirth with episiotomy: a randomized and controlled clinical trial
Embarrassment stops women seeking help for postnatal incontinence
Almost four in 10 women who experience urinary incontinence after childbirth are self-conscious about discussing the problem with a healthcare professional, research by the National Childbirth Trust shows.
In perspective: Vive la France!
Helen Mooney has been delighted by the free pelvic floor training she received from physiotherapists after having her second child in France earlie
Midwives and physios unite to prevent pregnancy-related incontinence
Most women who develop continence problems after childbirth do not seek help from a health professional, and many are too embarrassed to tell anyone.
Advice line - Tackling a taboo topic
Ruth ten Hove outlines a CSP and Royal College of Midwives initiative that aims to reduce rates of incontinenc