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  1. #1
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    Feb 2013

    Default Pelvic Floor

    I gave birth to my daughter nine days ago, it was a quick forceps delivery, I had to be cut also.

    My pelvic floor does not feel 100% yet and if my bladder gets to full I almost cannot hang on.

    I am meeting with the hospital physio on Wednesday but wanted to know if anyone else had similar feelings and how long did it take you to recover?

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    Subbing. My DS is 16 weeks and my control is still hit and miss unfortunately. Forceps & epi with #1 and no issues post delivery, just epi with #2 and scared of coughing incase I pee grr!


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