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How fit is your pelvic floor?

Do you dread running, jumping or sneezing because you might wet yourself? Sadly, you’re not alone – especially if you’ve been through the menopause. Yet, despite 49% of women experiencing incontinence, 72% would never seek treatment for the problem*, meaning many women are living with restricted lives and daily embarrassment, which could be sorted if they asked for help.

‘Bladder problems can have a profound emotional impact on your life,’ says Dr Megan Arroll, co-author of (£15.99, Hammersmith Health Books). ‘Many women associate it with a loss of dignity, and some of the

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