It is undeniable. The woman’s body is fascinating – the transformations resulting from pregnancy and childbirth speak for themselves. Therefore, the period before the baby’s birth is marked by physical and physiological changes in the woman’s body. Many women prepare for the upcoming changes. But there are some unavoidable. One of the less positive consequences may be urinary incontinence.
One of the common postpartum consequences is the occurrence of involuntary urine leakage, with effort urinary incontinence being the most frequent. It happens as a result of movements that imply strength – such as laughing, coughing, sneezing or bending down to pick up an object.