Something we NEED to talk about as runners + how to fix it + a giveaway!

It’s Friday and I officially hit 38 weeks today.  I can’t believe we get to meet our little girl so soon!  Did this pregnancy feel like it went by fast to you or like it dragged on forever?!  I am really excited to talk to you today about something that isn’t ever talked about on running blogs but it should be because there is a perfect solution available!  It’s time to start running without any worries!

This post is sponsored by Finess!

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The other day while I was on a run with my sister she coughed and exclaimed a few seconds afterwards with a huge smile on her face, ‘THAT IS THE FIRST TIME EVER.’  I was a little confused and then she explained to me that it was the first time she had coughed while running since having kids without peeing her pants:)

I was very happy about this new milestone for her…  All thanks to Finess!

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Let’s rewind a few years ago to my sister’s and my life together.

First, can we all agree that my sister completely mastered the Jennifer Aniston hairstyle from the 1990’s?!  They were practically twins.

Second, she has been my best friend since day 1.  I like to fool myself into thinking that I was her best friend too during her high school and college years;).

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My sister is why I started running!  I wish we had a sweet running picture together from the good ol’ days when I was 12 and running the streets of Utah together but it turns out that back then I didn’t take 40 selfies of myself a day.  Instead, I’ll include these two photos from my mom’s photo albums.

I remember after my sister had her first baby we would be out on a run together and a mile or two into the run she would borrow my sweatshirt to tie around her waist because she was embarrassed about peeing her pants a little bit while we were out.  So, I’ve known about this struggle that MANY women experience since I was young but it is definitely not something that is talked about enough—>  bladder leaks.

1 in 4 women experience bladder leaks when they exercise, laugh, cough or sneeze!  There are a lot of women that experience this so why in the world are we not talking about this more?!

I struggle with this problem during pregnancy (when my bladder is smashed by a baby and I lose all control) and who knows how things will go after I have this baby but I wanted to share what my sister and I think about Finess and how it has helped us!

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Time to hear from my sister!

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Hi! This is Hungry Runner Sister here.  So this usually isn’t a topic I like to discuss with others, let alone the internet ;). But I hope that by sharing my experience, others struggling with this problem will know they aren’t alone. The first time I struggled with this was right after having my first baby.  I started running soon after giving birth and I no longer had much control (I guess that’s what happens when you have a baby whose head is in the 90th percentile and they have to use forceps and a vacuum to get him out!).  It was embarrassing, and as Janae mentioned she would lend me her sweatshirt to tie around my waist.  Well now four more kids later, and thousands of Kegels, I still struggle with bladder leakage while running.  Combine the running with a surprise cough or sneeze and I’m a goner.  So when Janae told me about this product I was so excited to try it!

Honestly, Finess was so easy to use, it takes just seconds to put on.  I loved that I could wear my running tights with Finess and not have a bulky pad showing.  The thing I loved best though, was the fact that I could go on a long run and not have to worry once about peeing my pants.  I come home completely dry, which has not been the case for the last several years.  Seriously if this is a problem for you, you will love this!  I didn’t even know that there was a product out there to help women with bladder leakage during exercise until I heard about Finess.  Love it!

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Janae here again:)  I am so excited about Finess because it really has been nice during this last trimester of pregnancy for me to use while running.  While I feel like I have to pee every 20 minutes of the day, it is so nice to not have to worry about anything during my runs and to always come home dry!  Finess was designed for the active woman and it allows us to run or workout with confidence.  Finess stops leaks before they even happen which means there is no odor, no wetness and no embarrassment.

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Each Finess Softpatch comes in a little package, it is discreet and it is super easy to place (watch the movie HERE to see how to do it)!  I noticed that Finess was there for the first few minutes (because it was something new to me) of my run the first time I tried it but after that I completely forgot it was there because it is so comfortable.

Here is a picture of what the Softpatch looks like:

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So, if you are one of the MANY women that struggle with bladder leakage, you now have the perfect solution to take the worry out of your workouts or runs!

We’ve got a lot of things to think about during our runs (pace, mileage, our goals, how our body is feeling, where to run, what to have for breakfast when we get home and so many more things), it is really nice to take bladder problems out of the equation!

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***NOW it is your turn to try out Finess!  Give it a try and if you aren’t completely satisfied, Finess will refund your money!  Tell your running buddy about it or your sister or anyone you know that struggles with this problem and help them out!  My sister has thanked me probably 58 times already for finding a way for her to exercise again while staying dry so help yourself or the women in your life.  Fitness is HOOKING you up with a coupon code to get 15% off on their website—>  use the code HRG15 at checkout:)***

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Finess is giving away a one year’s subscription for one person (one 36-pack a month). 

Here is how to enter wahoo:

 

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What are you most looking forward to this weekend?

Who has a sister?  How far apart in age are you?  Do you live near each other?

Have any embarrassing moments while out on a run?  I WANT TO HEAR… let’s share with each other:)

Ever struggled with this problem!?

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I don’t have any kids, but I’ve heard about it can affect a lot of your body functions even afterward. So glad you’ve found something that can be helpful to so many women!

My sister is two years younger than I am and is my best friend. I’m really sad to be living so far apart from her right now (I’m in California, and she’s in Texas), but I get to see her this weekend, and that makes me SO SO SO SO happy!! It’s really tough and lonely being out here so far from my family, and I’m hoping I’ll get to move back home to them next fall. Hope you have a great weekend, Janae!!

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Thanks so much Natalie!!! I so hope you get to move back by your family again Natalie! Enjoy every second with them this weekend! Thank goodness for FaceTime when we don’t live close to our people too! Have a blast!

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There’s local Crossfit competition happening this weekend — we’re not competing, but lots of our friends are so hubby and I are going with our spectator hats on!

I have a sister, but sadly we’re not close. Though we’re only about a year apart, she and I have just never really meshed well. :(

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Oh that will be so fun to go and watch! Have fun and I bet it will be really inspiring too! That is SO hard about your sister Susie! You are amazing!

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Wow how interesting Janae. I’ll have to check it out.

I have no sisters…or female cousins at all. Only female on both sides of the family ha ha. I’m super close with my brothers and family though.

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I did not know this about you Hollie! I love how close you are with your brothers! I hope you have an amazing weekend! Any races this weekend?

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Okay, I never knew this was a potential “side effect” (is that the right term for this?!) of having a baby but I’m glad I’m in the know now. What a great product for active women.
I have a sister who is 2 years younger than me! She currently is in South Carolina finishing college while I’m in New Jersey. Since she’s in hospitality, maybe the hotel she’ll work at when she graduates in a year and a half will be near me.

Okay embarrassing story time. About 2 years ago, I was running in a park on a summer afternoon. Since it was hot but not grossly hot, there were other people in the park. So I’m running and minding my own business right? Wrong. I completely fall over absolutely nothing and hit the ground hard. I was SP embarrassed! I ran out of the park as fast as possible and went home.

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Yes, definitely a fun side effect for a lot of women;) oh your story… totally sounds like something I would do too! I hope you didn’t get hurt! Just think.. you probably gave them a good laugh and brightened their day haha! I hope you have an awesome Friday Maureen!

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Hmmmmm. I do suffer from this a little after two kids, but I struggle with putting “things” “down there”, and I have all of my life. (Hides face). I’ll tell you a huge secret that no one knows about me–I’ve never even used a tampon b/c I can’t figure them out. I’ve tried and failed. lol The things we reveal on the internet. lol

I have two daughters, and when they get their periods, I’m going to need to have them watch YouTube to figure out how to use a tampon. lol

Okay, I’ll stop now! lol BUT, most of my embarrassing running moments deal with bathroom incidents. ha ha

I have two sisters, but they’re much older than me—10 and 12 years older. I’m actually closest with my oldest sister!

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Jen, you are the best! Thank you for sharing.. being open and vulnerable is the best and it helps others to feel more normal too! Thank you!!! My sister and I have a 7 year gap and I think it is actually the best though to have a gap because we were never competitive/fighting growing up! I hope you have a beautiful day Jen!

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Janae!!! This is so amazing! It was clearly a woman who came up with this idea :)

During pregnancy, I probably peed on myself every other day. No lie. It was embarrassing, but it was also “ok” because you were pregnant and it happens. Now? When you’re no longer pregnant and feel like you have no excuse? But you do have a reason. The body has changed so much and no amount of kegals has changed it for me. Normally, when I’m running or in the gym lifting, I cross my legs and try to hold in a sneeze. I know this probably isn’t safe, but I would feel so weird about worrying if I was going to pee on myself. Sadly, no one really talks about this and we should! Every woman should know they’re completely normal! Thanks to you, I think there are thousands more women who will now see they are not alone.

Ladies, it’s ok to have accidents! (Also) Ladies, it’s ok to have a product that takes some of the uncertainty and fear out of the equation!

As always, you’ve helped us out in more ways than one! I’ll be purchasing my own Finess for my runs now :)

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Kelly, thank YOU for sharing! I love what you said about pregnancy changing our body and that it IS normal! Seriously, you are going to love this and I want to hear what you think after you try it! You’ll be able to sneeze again! Thank you and I hope your day is a perfect one!

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I am not looking forward to this ;)
I have a sister who is 17 months younger than me – everyone thought we were twins growing up and now we look completely different but you can still tell we’re related.
Embarrassing story…well somehow I always end up having to pee during the FIRST MILE of my long run. Well last year, I was no where close to a bathroom and ended up peeing behind a bush – hey it was 7 am, no one’s out right? WRONG. I was definitely spotted by a lady walking her dog. I was mortified!

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17 months… that is so close, I love it! Your mom must have been busy chasing you two around! Oh my goodness, your story made me laugh (sorry)! Yeah, that is definitely embarrassing! PS I always have to pee in the first mile too hahah! Have an amazing day Erinn!

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What an interesting product!! I absolutely had this problem after my daughter was born. I actually took about 2 years off of running because of it…I switched to cycling (hello, padded shorts!) and fell in love with that. Now I am back to running with no problems! But what a great idea!

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Oh two years off… that is hard but SO glad that cycling was there for you and you fell in love with it (you just inspired me to get back into it again)! I am so glad that you are back running with zero problems! That is awesome Leeann!

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Same here. I started running when my son was about four months old and could NOT run without peeing. Any effort above my comfort zone, or even up or down hills and I was done. I took about a year off, and now it’s fine. I think there’s a lot to be said for waiting long enough after giving birth and listening to your body. I’ve found other ways of working out where I didn’t pee myself. :)

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Please encourage your readers to see a physical therapist specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction before using this or any sponsored product.

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100% agree

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Thanks Jennifer! That is a great idea to see a PT specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction! Have a great day!

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This really should be stated IN the post; please edit it as I think it’s irresponsible not to. The blog Run Far Girl has covered this topic extensively if any readers care to read about this by someone who has received care for pelvic floor dysfunction.

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Yes! I was just talking to my friend who is a pelvic floor specialist and she was saying that for lots of women it only takes a few appointments to fix the problem.

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What are you most looking forward to this weekend?

a birthday surprise for DH. i hope he loves it. also my daughter will be participating in the kids’ “jingle bell jog” for a distance of less than a mile. i don’t know what the distance is. but i hope she enjoys it :) it will be her second race.

Who has a sister? How far apart in age are you? Do you live near each other?

i have a sister and we’re 2.5 years apart. yes, we live right down the block from each other! it’s kinda funny and awesome. we mostly see each other at my folks place tho which is about a 2 hour trek from where we live.

Have any embarrassing moments while out on a run? I WANT TO HEAR… let’s share with each other:)

yes, usually going off into the ‘woods’ to go. during a race. which happened to me at mile 2 at the half marathon i raced 2 weekends ago. when you gotta go, you gotta go! also using the port-au-potty in the middle of a run.

Ever struggled with this problem!?

yes post-partum is tough. i did kegels as well. i want to say my muscles didn’t come back until 9 months post partum – after a lot of work. but what can you do except work on it? before having the baby they suggest working on the perineum. unfortunately i couldn’t reach – i asked the hubs and he said no. from what i read up on and gathered from experts – you need a partner to help you with the perineum before the birth.

in addition to that, i had two different personal trainers at the time (prenatal and postpartum) and they both told me every time we worked out to work on kegels while working out. while doing reps, i did – it wasn’t really do-able when doing cardio, but while working on my core, arms, legs i made it happen.

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Thank you so much for recommending this product! I hope this solves my issue! I purchased diaper type underwear to workout in because regular pads just didn’t work. Jumping and running were preactically nonexistent for me due to this embarrassing priblem. One question tho, will this work no matter how bad it is?
Good luck Janae witj your delivery. Hope it all goes well and fast for you! Can’t wait to see her!

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HEY KIMBERLY!! Thanks you so much for the good luck… I can’t wait! I hope this solves your problem too! My sister has it pretty bad and it has solved it for her:) Keep me updated and I hope your weekend is a great one!

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I had similar issues after the birth of my son. I’d come home from runs having completely soaked through a pad. I discussed it with my OB-GYN and she referred me to a uro-gynecologist who recommended surgery. I had a bladder sling inserted through outpatient surgery two years ago and have been completely dry ever since. Best decision ever!

I have three older sisters ranging from 7 years to less than two years older than me. I’m very close to the two younger ones and one of them lives 15 minutes away and we see each other all the time.

Good luck with your delivery! It won’t be long now!

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KATE… I am SO SO glad that your OB-GYN helped you find the perfect solution and the surgery worked so well! That is huge! Three sisters… that is the best. So glad one lives so close! Thank you so much and I hope you have a great day!

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My sister and I are 3.5 years apart. We were ok friends growing up but fought a lot my high school years. Now we are super close.

I only struggled with this for a while after my second baby and a little bit after my last. Thank heaven I don’t struggle with that anymore. I still cross my legs when I sneeze if I have to go to the bathroom though haha mostly out of habit

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your pregnancy seemed to go by quickly but that’s probably because it’s not my pregnancy haha :) indeed not only do i have one sister… i have FOUR! we’re quite spread out in age, but i’d say i’m closest to my youngest sister. she’s currently working on her masters degree in Australia so i miss her very much (i’m in Connecticut) but looking forward to seeing her when she returns!

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FOUR SISTERS… oh that is amazing!!! Oh I bet you are so looking forward to your sis getting back from Australia!! I hope you have an amazing day Dawn!

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Pregnancy changes our bodies in a million ways. I don’t experience as much leaking when I run but let me tell you about jump roping…wow! It is terrible on my bladder. I need to give Finess a try.
Also, someone above mentioned that no amount of kegels help. I have had a few friends that have said that and then have been to physical therapy for their leakage issue and have found out that they weren’t doing them properly. They have said that physical therapy has really helped them!

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Oh I didn’t even think about jump roping… that must be really rough on the bladder! Good to know about PT and learning to do kegels properly… I need to research the proper way and then maybe do a post on them! Thanks Abby and I hope you have a beautiful weekend!

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So true….. I had to do several sessions of biofeedback at pt to even begin to do a kegel correctly. The pelvic floor muscles were so weak that it was very difficult to “find” them and activate them. I was kicking in my flutes and thought I was doing kegels!

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LOL GLUTES auto corrected flutes

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Let’s just say that trampoline parks are really not your friend if you have had children. I found that out the hard way and I rarely ever have this issue. I took an exercise class at one and was SHOCKED and then I mentioned it to a few people and apparently I am the only one who did not know this was an issue. My sister and I are 3 1/2 years apart but have basically opposite personalities. She lives about 12 hours from me and we see each other about 1x a year. Her kids typically stay with me for a week so the cousins know each other and get along great. My daughters are 3 years apart and are absolutely best friends. Interesting because one is a complete extrovert and a chatterbox and the other one is painfully shy.

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Nature vs Nurture… I really do think we come down a certain way (I’m the extrovert and she is the shy one;) even though the parenting is the same! So interesting right!? That is so fun that the cousins come stay for a week each year! Oh I can’t even imagine a trampoline park ha! I don’t think my sister has been on a tramp in about 14 years;) I hope you have a beautiful day Carrie!

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Our trampoline park has a “mother’s care package” for sale at the front desk ?

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Oh my thank you for sharing!! Had my second baby a year ago and definitely have “issues” doing high impact exercises (jumping rope at Boot Camp this week was ?‍♀️). I’ve finally learned to wear a maxi on those days but that’s a bummer… excited to try this!

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I will definitely have to check it out!

I’m running CIM this weekend!! And we just our first Cafe Rio here so we are checking it out tonight.

I have two older sisters and one lives about 4 miles away and the other lives in Canada. We are all meeting up in FL in February with our mom and I cannot wait!!

I have IBS so running has been super interesting… Let’s just say that Always makes single wrapped wipes and they are awesome! And my doctor recently put me on Viberzi and it has been life changing, in a good way :)

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Ever since the birth of my third kid, I’ve had to cross my legs if I needed to cough or sneeze to keep from peeing my pants. Then I learned about what makes this issue happen and explored non surgical options. I discovered a 4 week exercise program to strengthen the muscles in the pelvic core, but it involves no intense workouts or hard cardio for four weeks so it is challenging if you are training for a races or if you can’t give up strength conditioning for a month . It has helped me a TON. It’s called Abs Core and Pelvic Floor.

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Seems like a great product, that could help for a bit but it really doesn’t fix the real problem that could cause more severe issues in the future! :( In case there is leakage etc often when exercising/running/jumping you shouldn’t be doing those activities so that you don’t make things worse down there! I would recommend seeing physical therapist for the pelvic floor issues! :)

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This is so interesting! I’ll have to look into it! (4 kids).

I’m happy that sun is forecasted for Saturday although it’s going to be cold!!!!!

Have a great weekend and yes, your pregnancy went by so fast!

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Thanks for this great post! I feel like this issue has been taboo for so long but since I’ve been mentioning my struggles with it to friends and family I am so surprised at how many women have the same issue as I do. I couldn’t cough or sneeze or sprint or jump without having a backup plan or change of clothes. So embarrassing!! Just two weeks ago I opted for the surgical route (TVT sling) simply because I want to be able to jump on the trampoline or whatever when the opportunity arises. I still have two more weeks of limited activity to allow my body to recover but I’ve already sneezed without wetting my pants so I count that as a big win so far!

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Today I am 13 weeks post partum and suffered from a pelvic organ prolapse. This is my fourth baby, but the first time I’ve experienced this. On Monday I have an appointment to be officially diagnosed. From my research so far, I’ve learned that urinary or decal incontenance is very closely tied to pelvic organ prolapse. I also learned, to my BIG surprise, that Kegels can actually make the situation worse … and that the popular teaching today of pulling your stomach in tight/tucking your pelvis in and under you while exercising will actually cause your muscles to weaken. The opposite of what most people believe! I’m still at the beginning stages of trying to figure this out, but instead of strapping on something like merely deals with a symptom of your sister’s issues, I’m curious if she’s done more thorough research on alleviating the problem. (Just because a problem is common, doesn’t mean it’s normal!). I’m curious to learn more!

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I mean to say 13 DAYS postpartum.

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I think if you have this problem-especially so young, you probably should consult with a doctor and be careful what products you are using in such a sensitive area.

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Hi!
I definitely agree with the above comment that leakage after having kids is unfortunately common, but it is not normal. I tried doing kegels too for a while, until after doing more research (and talking to my Dr) I realized I wasn’t helping the situation.
I came across Dr. Sarah Ellis Duvall’s website (she is a physical therapist) and she has a free mini course about fixing your pelvic floor. It really helped me get started and be aware of my breathing, body alignment, and how/where I was holding and putting pressure on my pelvic floor.
I thought I’d pass it along in case it helps someone else out!!
http://www.coreexercisesolutions.com/stronger-after-baby-mini-course/

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Hi! I just have to give a shout out to my profession- I’m a pelvic health/ women’s health Physical Therapist and see women with this problem all the time! We can do great things in eliminating this problem, and I would HIGHLY recommend seeing a PT specialized in treating the pelvic floor after having a baby to have a health professional assess and provide a tailored plan to strengthen, lengthen, and improve the condition of the pelvic floor. In France, they get 12 visits STANDARD post-partum.
The way I often describe it to my patients is if you had a calf tear after running a marathon, you would need to have medical treatment, and pelvic floor muscles are no different.
Women put up with this problem all the time like it’s normal, and ITS NOT, and better yet, we can treat it effectively! Products like this are great to limit symptoms, but if you come see a pelvic health PT, we can help to fix the problem! Women deserve better after having children!
Thanks for bringing up this important issue Janae, and keep rocking it girl!

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Can I come to you after having this baby:) You sound amazing Jeni and I love what you are doing for women and helping them. France seriously knows what they are doing. I love the way you compared a calf tear treatment… of course we would go in! THANK YOU so much and come to Utah so my sis can see you too:)

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Aw, I’d love to treat you girls, you’re the sweetest! But you can find someone close to you here –> http://www.womenshealthapta.org/pt-locator/

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I have 2 sisters. One is 6 years younger than me and we are very close. We ran our first half together last year;) We both have all boys, and we just have a lot in common. She is currently traveling the US in an RV with her 3 boys….homeschooling and deciding where they want to live. They have been gone 1.5 years. We see them in the Summer and Christmas for a few weeks each time. We miss them! They used to live here, about 20 min away.
My other sister is 8 years younger than me….and sadly we are not as close. I would love to work on that though. She lives about 20 min away too.
Sisters are such a blessing especially when one becomes your best friend;)

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HEY, it’s Janae:) Just in case you think I’m in labor since I didn’t post last night… no baby yet! I just got home late and didn’t write anything! I’ll see you tomorrow morning!

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Totally thought this!!!!!!!

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Me too!

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Ahhhhh!!! I’ve refreshed this page all day waiting for the “SHE’S HERE” post :) .. it’s ok you are just busy and not in labor tho, we forgive you!! hahaha looking forward to seeing that special post in the next couple weeks tho ;) I feel like your pregnancy has flown by. You have maintained your beauty and athleticism the entire time. I’m hoping and praying for another baby in the future (dealing with the amenorrhea thing over here) so I’m living vicariously through you for the time being. Much love and prayers for you and your family from Ohio :)

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Hello! Thank you for shedding some light on a very common issue following childbirth. As others have said, it’s important to get evaluated by the appropriate medical professionals before you resort to something like this or incontinence pads for long-term use. Leaking urine when you exercise, cough, laugh or sneeze is called stress incontinence. It can be caused by a variety of things and it’s important to find out why it is happenening. While it is not uncommon, it is not normal. People like to say oh just do kegals when it is actually more complicated than that. I have my doctorate in physical therapy and specialize in pelvic floor disorders so I know a thing or two ;)

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I just came to read today’s post & see there isn’t one yet!! Hoping this means she’s on her way. Thinking of you and sending you love and prayers!!

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I just want to echo what so many others have said that leaking is common, but not normal! There are a ton of great resources out there to help strengthen and heal your body so you can be strong enough for running. There’s been some others listed, but I also want to suggest Fit2B. Beth has a huge heart for women who are dealing with core and pelvic floor dysfunction and is a wealth of knowledge. Here’s a post she wrote about finding a great PT. https://fit2b.us/how-to-find-and-what-to-ask-a-good-pelvic-floor-therapist/

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I’m hoping that no post today means that your sweet baby girl is making her grand entrance! My thoughts are with you all today!

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This is something that women should totally feel more comfortable talking about! But it also isn’t something you should just accept! It comes from weakened core and pelvic floor muscles. Check out MuTu system for exercises to fix the problem from the inside out!

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Great highlight! I always wondered why this isn’t more talked about.

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Here’s a non-pregnant embarrassing twist: at mile 24 of this year’s St. George Marathon, I was already experiencing swollen, pale fingers, probably from being over hydrated. A bathroom break was definitely needed. But I refused to stop for the porta potty so close to the finish line, so I just “let it go.” I thought I was being subtle until I heard a woman exclaim loudly from the sidelines, “OH DEAR.”

I will take a little leakage over a little hyponatremia any day ;-)

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Thank you for talking about bladder issues. It is SO common. I prolapsed after baby 4 and have been medically prohibited from running, for the time being, which has been very difficult as running was part of my identity and kept me sane as a mom of small children. I am working with a pelvic floor physical therapist and hope that someday I can try running again. I would urge any woman with leaking or “pressure” to consult a women’s health pt. Another product, that I haven’t tried, but might be helpful to some is the poise impressa…. or getting fitted with a pessary. Thank you again, Janae, for talking about this subject and I hope with all my heart I’ll be running again someday.

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