Demystifying the pelvic floorWe want to myth bust the pelvic floor musculature and provide you with the support, knowledge and encouragement you need to make incremental positive improvement. It is commonly misunderstood, under-diagnosed or misdiagnosed. Exercising the pelvic musculature can help you combat common complaints such as:
- Urinary incontinence
- Fecal (bowel) incontinence
- Feelings of heaviness in the pelvis
- Bladder, bowel or vaginal prolapse
- Lack of stimulation during love making
Did you know that you can not only have a weak pelvic floor, but a tight pelvic floor?
Are you weak or tight?Did you know that you can not only have a weak pelvic floor, but a tight pelvic floor.
- Leaking urine (bladder incontinence) or faeces (bowel incontinence) when coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercising.
- Urgency to reach the toilet or failing to reach it in time.
- Inability to hold in wind from anus or vagina when bending or lifting
- Reduced sensation of the vagina
- Tampons that move or fall out
- Distress from going to the toilet
- Inability to fully empty the bladder or bowel
- Recurrent urinary tract infection
- Painful intercourse and an inability to relax to allow for increased comfort
- Pelvic pain
- Lower back pain
- Pain during urination