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Playing games with your pelvic floor could be a useful exercise for urinary incontinence

By Mischa Bongers, Sessional Lecturer, CQUniversity Australia
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Social media is awash with ads for interactive games and devices to strengthen the pelvic floor. But do they work?The Conversation

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