|The Canadian Medical Association's InfoPOEMs synopsis of "Does regular exercise including pelvic floor muscle training prevent urinary and anal incontinence during pregnancy? A randomised controlled trial," entitled "Pelvic floor muscle training reduces urinary incontinence in pregnancy."
- "The intervention consisted of 1-hour sessions provided by a physiotherapist with 30 to 35 minutes of low-impact aerobics; 20 to 25 minutes of strength exercises, including PFMT…Women were additionally instructed to do home exercises, including the PFMT, for 45 minutes at least twice a week."
- "Urinary incontinence (UI) was defined as any urine leakage in the past 4 weeks."
- Postintervention results: lower prevalence of UI, severe UI and fecal incontinence in the intervention group.