Results were related in the intention-to-treat people . In a sensitivity analysis, with missing data categorized as either all successes or all failures, the results were similar . A post hoc evaluation with adjustment for baseline differences in duration of incontinence, Incontinence Severity Index score, and status regarding smoking, history of non-surgical treatment for urinary incontinence, current usage of hormone-substitute therapy, and urethral mobility didn’t materially alter the results .Katrine Mari Owe, of the Norwegian Institute of Community Wellness, reviewed data on a lot more than 39,000 women who had been signed up for a national study between 1999 and 2008. Almost 57 % said they exercised at least 3 x weekly in the three months before becoming pregnant. And nine out of 10 of those exercising women said that they had continued to exercise as late as 17 weeks into their pregnancy. As the study couldn’t prove cause-and-impact, risk factors raising a mom-to-be’s odds for pelvic girdle pain included smoking, obesity and having a prior history of depression or lower back pain. Young mothers-to-be also appeared to face a higher risk than older women, the study found.