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Married at First Sight Susie Bradley reveals a ‘confrontational’ health problem she experienced after giving birth


Former Married At First Sight bride Susie Bradley has opened up about her battle with urinary incontinence after giving birth to her first child aged 21.

The 30-year-old told 9Entertainment that she was «naive» about the effect pregnancy was having on her body.

She recalled visiting an indoor trampoline park three months after giving birth to her daughter Baby.

“I remember jumping on this trampoline and feeling like I had lost my whole womb. I don’t, but it was terrible,» she explained.

«Instantly I felt wet, I knew I had to rush straight to the toilet,» she said, describing the experience as «confrontational».

Married at First Sight bride Susie Bradley has revealed her battle with urinary incontinence after giving birth to her first child aged 21.

Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. It affects more than six million people in Australia and the UK.

Susie said she initially felt ‘ashamed and ashamed’ and ‘put up with it’ for a long time.

It comes after the mother of two was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) last year.

For years, the beautician struggled with an anxiety-inducing compulsion she couldn’t understand.

Susie said she only confided in two close friends because she felt a sense of shame and isolation.

She recalled visiting an indoor trampoline park three months after giving birth to her daughter, Baby, and

She recalled visiting an indoor trampoline park three months after giving birth to her daughter, Baby, and «jumping on this trampoline when I felt like I had lost my whole uterus.»

In an interview with 9Entertainment, the beauty therapist said that she felt a sense of relief once she received the diagnosis.

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In people who suffer from OCD, unwanted thoughts, obsessions, and compulsions recur, leading the individual to engage in repetitive behaviors that gradually cause significant distress.

«The earliest memory I have as an eight-year-old girl is wishing I could go on holiday and meet someone with exactly the same problem as me and they could give me a special pill and make everything better,» she said.

After her diagnosis, Susie underwent life-changing therapy.

Susie said she initially felt 'ashamed and ashamed' and 'put up with it' for a long time.  Pictured are Susie, boyfriend Todd Carney, daughter Baby and son Lion

Susie said she initially felt ‘ashamed and ashamed’ and ‘put up with it’ for a long time. Pictured are Susie, boyfriend Todd Carney, daughter Baby and son Lion

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