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    Yep I had his for a little while post birth too. It did get better after a little while. But no one tells you that maternity pads aren't just for catching the post-partum bleeding!!

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    I'm getting this at the moment too JR. Glad you posted about it, I was getting a little concerned too. Didn't get it with my first two births.

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    Thanks ladies, feeling relieved to hear it's a short-term issue! The midwife has arranged a review with a physio for tomorrow so will see what they say :-)

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    Default Can't feel sensation of full bladder post-birth

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    I also had this happen to me, no sensation of needing to pee and then standing up and having urine go everywhere. They checked to see if I could actually empty my bladder using some sort of scanner and ultrasound (which I couldn't). I then had a catheter in for 5 days post birth and once it was removed I was back to normal. Was annoying having the catheter in but I'm glad it was picked up by my doctor.

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    Thanks again for all the responses :-) I saw the physio today who has given me some exercises and said with doing them at least 3 times per day, I should definitely see an improvement within a couple of days and be close to 100% within a week. Thank god it's likely to be a pretty short term problem!

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