Exercising women have
the risk of experiencing leaks.¹
Don't just live with it. Treat it and keep doing what you love. Left untreated, leaks often get worse over time.
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- Bø, K., Nygaard, I.E. Is Physical Activity Good or Bad for the Female Pelvic Floor? A Narrative Review. Sports Med 50, 471–484 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-019-01243-1
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