"You said, "In all honesty I was not completely supine, but probably at about 30 degrees. So, I was reclining, but not completely supine."
But have you ever experienced incontinence at about 30 degrees? If not, then the test did not ..."
Thanks for input. I note that you are very new to the forum and am not sure if I have missed what is going on for you at the moment but I was only dx's a month ago so everything is still fairly new to me. Eveyrone is very friendsly and helpful on the site so feel free to ask anything (and don't be shy!!!) xxxx Love Sarah :)
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