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You may feel this worsens around your period and with exercise.

Urgency and frequency: Rushing back and forth to the toilet with an unreasonably strong urge to go is known as an Overactive Bladder.

Do I Need to Come to a Service. How to Access a Service, where are our Services, what to Expect. An examination may require you undress to underwear or shorts/ vest as you feel comfortable.

Please call for further information. Develop strategies to help you suppress bladder and bowel urgency.

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How our treatment can help, emily will work with you to create a personalised plan to: Reduce leakage through muscle training, improving your posture and breathing control.

Referral, social work referrals only, aims of organisation, to offer a caring nurturing environment, supporting young women who are at risk of sexual exploitation, abuse or escalation through the judicial  system. .

Find your nearest, you can find which services you need and closest to your postcode. To offer support  to female carers of the young woman. Previous, next 6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB.

Create a personalised Pilates based exercise programme for pregnancy and postnatally.

Age limits to service, young women aged between 12 and 18 years. Pelvic floor dysfunction: The pelvic floor muscle can become weak which makes it difficult for it to support and control the pelvic organs.

The different types of services on offer to support you with an emergency.