1 in 3 women who have had a baby wet themselves.
Are you the 1?

It's hard to disguise the feeling - the surprise, the horror, the anger and the frustration when you experience bladder leakage, particularly in public.

Leaking - whether it's just a little or a lot - when you lift, laugh, sneeze, cough or exercise is a sign of weak pelvic floor muscles. It is very common, but it is not normal.

Fortunately, there are simple things you can do to fix the problem.

Pelvic Floor First has free tips and advice from leading physiotherapists and fitness experts on how to prevent and improve pelvic floor problems, without resorting to expensive products or invasive treatments.

So, learn how you can go from leakface to normalface and resume living an active life - lifting, laughing, sneezing, coughing and exercising with confidence.

Pelvic Floor First

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