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December 14th, 2012, 06:45 AM
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Thank you for sharing. I have spoken to my doctor and kegels and strengthening your pelvic floor is always a good thing but some people with urinary incontinence won't be able to find resolve without surgery. The incontinence did not present itself as badly as it does now until after I got pregnant this time around. My doctor says that I will not know the extent of the incontinence until I no longer have a growing baby pressing on my bladder but that the risk of it getting worse is magnified by a vagina birth. I am due in less then 11 weeks and right now I am pushing for a VBAC. I have heard so many stories from mom's such as yourself that continue to let me know that no matter the circumstance of their VBAC they would choose it over a C-section any day. My C-Section experience was not a good one so I am definitely leaning towards VBAC as much as I can.
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