Talk to your doc! Bladder incontinence while pregnancy is completely normal! Lots of women have that problem, I know I did & lots of my other friends did too! Its nothing to be ashamed of, most importantly.... You know there is a bundle of joy sitting on your bladder & that's the only reason its a problem!!! Once you deliver you should be back to normal! Believe me, I woke up 2 times during my pregnancy & found out I had wet the bed, it *****!!!LOL Hope this helps!
i know this sounds strange but coofee has healing properties i used coffe already stained thru the machine still in the filter cooled did it in the tub the oils are great for your internal skin and the caffiene is a very mild soothing stimulant when used this way it helpd keep the mucles at work if you know what i mean hope this helps ,your hillbilly friend Choose Nature
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