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Hi, I'm Maria Elliott and I'm founder of Mummy M.O.T. which is a postnatal check for moms after they've had a baby.I'm here today to share with you some ideas that are really important for your postnatal recovery.Tip four would be, not to ignore any ongoing postnatal symptoms that might be: incontinence, pelvic pain, it might be you're worried about your tummy gap.So all of these conditions can be treated.So if they persist after twelve weeks, I would suggest seeing an expert and doing a recovery program to resolve this postnatal condition, whatever that might be.And the most common that we see that come to clinic are: urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain.And as I said, they can all be treated. So do reach out and get help from experts in the field.
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