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    Pregnancy-Related Urinary Incontinence
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    How many of you who are pregnant have experienced urine leakage? WebMD Health Expert, Diane K. Newman , has posted an excellent article that I wanted to share with you. Ms. Newman is a nurse practitioner and nationally recognized authority on bladder problems and treatments for urinary incontinence.

    From the article:

    "A woman who has had one vaginal birth is more than two and a half times as likely to report stress urinary incontinence. Even during a first pregnancy, 50 percent of women experience problems with bladder control, especially during the third trimester. These problems often become more pronounced with each successive pregnancy."

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    ~Andie
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