You can take some simple steps to limit stress on the pelvic support system, especially if you have given birth. Limit heavy lifting and avoid unnecessary straining to have bowel movements. Avoid smoking so that you have a lower risk of chronic cough. Maintain a normal body weight through careful diet and exercise.
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Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
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