British women have accepted too little for too long when it comes to their pelvic floor health. Here’s why, according to Helen Russell, we all need to start jumping up and down about it…

Three kids in, I thought my trampolining days were over. This was a blow. Just as many of my male friends secretly harbour ambitions to be a professional footballer - despite nudging 40 - I had always seen myself as a trampoliner at heart.



Then I had children. I naively assumed that motherhood would mean endless rounds of jumping with gay abandon at kids’ parties, but this was not to be. My pelvic floor took a hammering in labour with my first child, and then I fell pregnant with twins. My first go on a trampoline...

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