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Experts explain how frequency of urination is a sign of health.
The reason I want to talk about this today is because believe it or not our behaviours surrounding toileting can oftentimes lead to pelvic floor dysfunctions, including urinary and/or fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, not to mention decreased muscular strength, endurance and coordination of the pelvic floor muscles.
Life is, and has always been, messy. Our bodies are beautiful marvels of nature but they’re often held to unreachable standards. It’s time to stop the madness and accept the fact that these are not things to be embarrassed about, these are just facts of life!
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