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It happens to the best of us, chica.
It's entirely possible that you could have a weak bladder, in which case that
would be something to take up with your doc. Yet, it's easily as likely
that it's simply a matter of cleanliness.
You may be being a little too speedy during your time in the bathroom. If
you don't take your time, then chances are that you're not finished your
business by the time you get up and out. Your body doesn't recognize the
sudden change and it still lets some slip out. It could also be that
you're not properly wiping afterward.
BY JORDAN SARNOVSKY ON 12/23/2011 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN doctor, discharge, advice
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