Simple steps to reduce your incontinence risk
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Simple steps to reduce your incontinence risk

Petra Kendall-Raynor Health journalist

The demands of the job mean pelvic floor dysfunction is common among nurses, but exercise and lifestyle changes can prevent incontinence and other problems

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that starts at the coccyx and travels forward to the anterior portions of the pelvic girdle.

Nursing Standard. 36, 9, 61-62. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.9.61.s23

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