If you're an accidental pee-er, you are so not alone. You can blame, at least in part, your pelvic floor muscles. When they are weak, you could leak. Here are 4 reasons why this might happen (hormones, childbirth, extra weight, and exercise) and what you can do to help prevent it from happening again.

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00:00 Introduction

00:31 Stress Urinary Incontinence

01:02 What might cause your muscles to lose their strength?

02:13 What can you do to strengthen your key muscles?

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