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Next week: Pelvic floor muscle exercises and incontinence

In this article we look at what is coming up next week on the course, including pelvic floor muscle exercises and incontinence.
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We’ve now reached the end of Week 1! Thanks for all your comments and input into the course.

Week 2 is all about pelvic floor muscle exercises, and treating incontinence, a physical health issue that affects many women postpartum.

You will be coached through pelvic floor muscle exercises, a healthy habit for all women, and gain tips on how to stay motivated.

Join us in Week 2 to learn more about women’s health after motherhood.

Click the pink “Mark as Complete” circle and move to Week 2.

Are you interested in taking part in a research study?

The MAMMI Study team at Trinity College Dublin invites you to take part in an optional study looking at your views of the first week of the course. Click here to be taken to this short survey, which will take no more than 5 minutes. To find out more about this survey, click on the “show” button in the link. This survey is optional, and you do not have to do this survey as part of the course.

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