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Old Oct 17th, 2017, 03:26 AM   11
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If it helps my physio recommends doing them at each meal because most people eat three times a day. I'm trying to get into the habit so that I just associate them with eating and don't have to think about it.

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Old Oct 19th, 2017, 21:15 PM   12
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After baby is born look into doing hypopressive exercises as well, much more effective than doing just kegals.

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Old Oct 20th, 2017, 00:31 AM   13
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I get this feeling - except for me, my pelvic floor has been shot since this pregnancy (#4). I had amazing control after DS1 and DS2, DS3 wasn't too bad but this time is just none existent and even all those exercises I did have done squat. So after this baby is born I'm looking at Yoga or Pilates as they are supposed to really focus on the pelvic floor. As jessmke has said, Hypopressive exercises. And I guess in failing that, it will be off to my GP to see what else we can try.

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