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Rebecca Adlington - 'I suffered with bladder weakness after giving birth'

SHE may have two Olympic gold medals under her belt, but that doesn't mean Rebecca Adlington was immune to the physical challenges and changes pregnancy can bring.

"As many women do, I suffered from a bit of bladder weakness after giving birth to Summer," says the 28-year-old. "So I know all too well the impact pregnancy and childbirth can have on your body, even as an athlete."

Of course, with a background as a pro athlete (this is a woman who "fell in love with swimming" aged three, and went on to scoop gold in the 2011 World Championships, as well as medals at the Beijing and London Olympics in 2008 and 2012), Rebecca recognises she was "possibly more prepared than many women" in this regard.

"As an athlete, you know you need to keep your pelvic floor strong. Exercises and high-impact sport can put lots of pressure on the muscles, and track athletes in particular can suffer from leaks unless they exercise their pelvic floor. It's something I've always been fairly aware of - although, as most women would probably admit, I didn't do as many exercise as I should have during pregnancy or after I had Summer!"

Lack of bladder control in exercise.... (weight loss related???)?

I lost a lot of weight over the last year while struggling with anorexia. I am now back to a normal weight, but find that when I exercise, I lose control of my bladder. I don't know whether this is related in anyway. The biggest problem comes when I have


i would seek a doctor, do not take any advise online. look for a doctor


It's common in women at any age. Start doing kegel exercises on a daily basis which should help reduce this problem.

whenever i cough or sneeze, i just can't control my bladder.Any suitable exercise to strengthen the bladder?



Kegel exercises! They will strengthen your pelvic muscles and help with bladder control. See the source below for how to do them and more benefits.


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