Leakface

Face up to bladder leakage

Horror; surprise; frustration; humiliation: all common reactions to an all–too–common problem — unwanted bladder leakage.

Leaking — just a little or a lot – when you lift, laugh, sneeze, cough or exercise is a sign of weak pelvic floor muscles. It’s common but it's not normal, and ignoring the problem won’t make it go away. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to fix it.

Pelvic Floor First has lots of helpful information on how you can prevent or improve pelvic floor dysfunction, with leading physiotherapists and fitness experts providing tips and advice on what exercises can make you wet yourself, exercise modifications and how to achieve flatter abs by working your pelvic floor.

So, it’s time to face up to leaks and learn how you can go from leakface to normalface, living an active and life without fear of embarrassing accidents.

Pelvic floor checklist

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Pelvic Floor First

An initiative of the Continence Foundation of Australia under the National Continence Program