Just bc it sounds like so many of you can relate:
When I first met with my doc pre-op, we were looking for any co-morbidity's to help with insurance. We were reaching for straws so he asked me about urinary stress incontinence, or the old sneeze n pee in your panties syndrome (Tracey likes it when I say panties, for the record, I prefer underwear...but if it makes it better when I look at him after I sneeze and say I tinkled in my panties vs i peed in my underwear...I choose panties).
And, yes...even though I have never had children so theoretically my "lady station" (as Meg referred to it) should be tight...apparently not. But I am happy to report that it has gone away.