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August 01, 2021
Guest Blog By: Davina Gordon for Keep It SimpElle
Approximately 1 in 4 women experiences pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) after having a baby, irrespective of the mode of delivery. PFDs can include Urinary Incontinence (UI), painful urination, and pelvic girdle pain.
August 23, 2021
Guest Blog by: Lazy Girl Running
All runners have something in common: we all have obstacles that can deter us from working out. For some it’s time – looking after children, working long hours, having other commitments. Sometimes it’s fear of judgement, particularly beginner runners, or fear of street harassment.
As women, there are obstacles that we face unique to our bodies
June 21, 2021
Guest Review by: The Review Studio UK
In time for #worldcontinenceweek on the 21st - 27th June, the NHS has announced that it will be launching a new pelvic health service to treat incontinence and pelvic floor issues amongst the seven million women in the UK who suffer from the condition
August 21, 2021
Guest Review written by Musings Of The Phoenix
With 3 million women in the UK being regularly incontinent, and over half suffering from stress urinary incontinence, we need to break the taboo and start normalising these issues.
So what causes this?
July 27, 2021
Guest Blog by Boo Roo and Tigger Too
To lose urine during physical activity or sport is not normal. It creates a barrier to women's participation in sport and fitness activities.
July 18, 2021
Guest Blog by Rice Cakes and Raisins
If you have experienced incontinence or pelvic floor issues during pregnancy or during the postnatal period, then you are certainly not alone.