Stress Urinary Incontinence won't go away on its own

Stress Urinary Incontinence Won’t Go Away on its Own

Stress Incontinence Is Here to Stay – Unless You Do Something About It

Think your light leaking will disappear when baby gets bigger?  Think again.

In an extended study of women who delivered babies, mothers who reported stress urinary incontinence at 3 months also reported stress urinary incontinence 12 years after delivery.  “The data suggests that UI persists to 12 years in about three-quarters of women.”

The bottom line?  Stress urinary incontinence is a problem that won’t go away on its own.

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