By now, you have already realised that the need to pee frequently is part and parcel of pregnancy. However, did you know that neglecting your pelvic floor during pregnancy may cause bouts of urine leakage? But here's the good news! This is easily manageable with the right exercise. Plus, a stronger pelvic floor will also help speed up your recovery. Get moving with us today!
Your baby starts to make more regular movements from Week 24 onwards. It is important to monitor this to ensure that all is well.
– Dr Watt Wing Fong, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Gleneagles Hospital
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