I have had a really bad cough all week, no problems apart from tummy muscles hurting a bit, but today...every time I cough a tiny bit of pee comes out! I am mortified! My OH keeps laughing! I have been doing pelvic floor exercises. Is there anything else I can do...please tell me it will stop after baby comes!
i think its enevevitablely gonna happen when ur pregnant cos of the pressure on ya bladder...cant be helped i dont think but when youve had the baby your bladder is weak..this is when doin pelvic floors really help to sort it out xx
Hi hun dont worry it happens to the best of us wen i was pregs with dd it didnt even need a cough to get me peeing my self lol
use a tenna lady pad to keep you fresh hun and o feel ashamed its all partof being pregnant
it will top a few weeks after you have had bubs and your body has heeled :-)
I have a bad cough too, got put on antibiotics this morning for it.
I too have the same problem. I have a manic coughing fit and end up letting a little bit of wee out lol.
OH found it funny, til I started wearing his boxers because they are comfy lol!
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