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  1. I hope you are well. I am 36 and have been through pelvic floor therapy years ago and after 5 kids I tend to be one of those women that still need sneezing pads lol. I’m not getting any younger and
    I was wondering if you ever heard of a company called incontrol medical they have a device that they claim will help women with your kegels and stop you from peeing when leaking. I was wondering before I spend money for this what your thought.

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